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BUSL301 Final exam Session 1 2013
The exam does not include: Lecture Area 1-4 Lecture Area 9 [Week 10] (Takeovers / Financial Services and Markets) The Role of Auditors / ASIC Investigation (these are both in Lecture Area 7 [Week 8]) Everything else is examinable – that is, within the range of material that may be included in the final exam Part A of the exam (20 marks) is multiple-choice (10 x 2 marks per question) Part B of the exam (40 marks) has 2 problem style questions requiring written responses (15 marks each) and 1 short answer style question (with 5 questions worth 2 marks each). Look at the Unit Guide and the Assessment Guide Also on iLearn are: Coversheet for the exam Practice Questions Answer Guide to Practice Questions

This question paper must be returned. Candidates are not permitted to remove any part of it from the examination room.

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SESSION 1 EXAMINATIONS – JUNE 2013 Unit Code and Name: BUSL301 Corporations Law Time Allowed: Two hours (2) plus 10 minutes reading time Total Number of Questions: Part A has 10 questions; Part B has 3 questions Instructions: 1. All Parts are compulsory. 2. This exam is worth 60% (60 marks) of your overall assessment. 3. Part A is worth 20 marks and is comprised of 10 multiple-choice questions worth 2 marks each. It must be answered on the Answer Sheet provided. 4. Part B is worth 40 marks and is comprised of 3 questions. Question 1 and 2 are worth 15 marks each and Question 3 is worth 10 marks. All questions in Part B must be answered within (and must not exceed) the separate 6 page answer booklet. 5. Writing must be legible, answers clearly set out and your details entered as required. For Part A see the instructions on the multiple-choice Answer Sheet. For Part B answers must be…...

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