NCTJ Law exam - congratulations Year 2s and MAs!

Congratulations to the 41 CfJ Year 2 and MA students who passed January's NCTJ Essential Media Law exam.  An amazing 18 people gained Grade A and 13 gained Grade B. Special mentions to Emma Biginelli Macchia, Jay Fernando, Grace Gausden, Alice Hamilton Beer and Caroline Hawes who all reached the dizzy heights of 80%-plus! Well done to all!


As you know Medway campus is closed today so no Court Reporting class. If any of you would like to write answers to any of the questions on the current test paper feel free to email them to me for feedback.  If campus is open tomorrow and you can make it in, there are copies of the next test paper in Nicola's office on top of the filing cabinet in a blue box file marked "Sarah".  And don't forget there are two test papers - with marking guides - on the NCTJ student resources website. Let's keep fingers crossed for Friday's classes!

IMPORTANT NCTJ LAW MESSAGE - attention Year 2s and MAs.

Please don't forget to bring with you to your Court Reporting classes tomorrow the test paper which I gave out last week.  The exam is getting nearer and we need to work on test papers from now on. I don't intend to photocopy any more - so you must come equipped with your paper - and McNae.

Court Reporting - attention Year 2s and MAs

Just a reminder that teaching for the Court Reporting module starts this Friday. Same times as last term BUT - Year 2s please note we are not in the same room. We are in G2-04 - as it appears on your timetable. MAs - same time, same place. If you are going to do this module you must make every effort to attend all sessions as time is pretty tight. 


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