LST – Law School Tutor offers free law school exam tips. Below is a tip for law students to apply to a contracts exam:
Law school students should know the difference between the definition for an offer for goods and the definition for an offer for services. Be aware of the 5 elements.
In addition, students must be careful when they conclude on their analysis that their fact pattern information constitutes an offer, counteroffer, acceptance, revocation, or rejection. If a student concludes incorrectly, then the student is likely to conclude incorrectly for the issues that will follow. For example, if a student concludes that there was a rejection when there was a mere inquiry, that student will not only miss points on their exam for calling it the wrong thing but they may then proceed by analyzing a counteroffer, which never existed.
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