I see the papers are not like other exams, where you have shorter questions and MCQ's.
They basically just dive in with the longer, application-type questions. 50 for Patents and 50 for Copyright.
I am going to make sure I know the principles when testing for each inside out, since there really are only that many things they can ask and they will all entail where copyright was infringed / whether XYZ has a valid patent.
Yeah in the announcement they said there will be quite a few questions for 20 & 10 marks. So, what I'm doing is going through all the past papers, looking what all the 20 mark questions are about, studying those sections in the study guide like a mad man, and then just using these basic notes I found for the rest. I only need 40 to pass as I got good marks in the assignment, and I have company law on Wednesday, so I just don't have the energy to smash the whole study guide.
I do believe that you're also writing this module & I like your approach of attacking the long questions and definitions.
This is earnestly one theory intense module. I tend to face difficulty with long questions. I just can never write fast enough to complete the paper no matter how well I know my work.
Wishing you both the best of luck! Especially you Dan with having Company the next day!