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The program will occur on Sunday the 20th of October 2019 at Victoria University commencing at 9.10am and will be presented by Megan Blake an experienced teacher, examination assessor and former lawyer. Megan will assist students to prepare for the examination and write responses in a way that enables them to perform at their peak and impress the examination assessors. The program will include advice on areas to focus, clarification of common errors made by past students, tips on how to allocate precious time, strategies to assist students to interpret questions, an analysis of the most difficult questions and terms from past exams and an analysis of possible questions in light of recent legal developments. Comprehensive notes will be provided and there will be a bonus 30 minute question & answer/tutorial session at the conclusion of the program. The program is reasonably priced at only $50 per person and students should book early as seating is limited.
Megan Blake (LLB.,B.A.(Melb) Dip.Ed.(Monash)) completed a law degree at the University of Melbourne and worked for a number of years with private law firms and large corporations. Since joining the teaching profession, Megan has been a teacher of VCE legal studies and has been actively involved in Legal Studies education. She had positions of responsibility with the VCAA, most recently as a member of the panel designing the new Legal Studies ‘study design,’ and she has had a number of years experience as a VCE Legal Studies examination assessor. Megan also has several years experience presenting student lectures and workshops and is a prolific writer of assessment materials, for both CPAP and other organisations. She is also the author of the CPAP Study Guide to VCE Legal Studies, the CPAP Legal Studies Quarterly Updates as well as web-based materials published by Jacaranda.
20 OCTOBER 2019