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CRW2602/102 3 DEAR STUDENT We trust that you have already familiarised yourself with the first tutorial letter, as well as with the Study Guide and prescribed texts. Note that all tutorial letters are very important and should be read carefully. In this tutorial letter, we discuss the format of the examination paper which you will be writing in May/June 2016. In order to assist you with preparation for these exams, we provide you with the exam paper written last year in November. Feedback to the questions in the October/November 2015 paper is provided. The feedback also serves as an example of how we expect students to answer if similar types of questions were to be asked. We also alert you to a new development in criminal law and provide you with information regarding your tutorial letters. 1 Format of the May/June 2016 Examination Paper The format of the examination paper for the May/June 2016 examinations will in essence be the same as that of previous exam papers. 2 Example of a previous examination paper Below we provide you with an example of a previous examination paper and feedback on the paper. Please take note that this exam paper as well as other past exam papers for this course are also available online for you to download from myUNISA. If this is the first year that you have enrolled for this module you will find it difficult to understand the answers and the feedback on the examination paper. However, once you have studied all the different topics dealt with in the examination paper, the questions and the feedback will make sense. We therefore recommend that you do not read the feedback until you have studied the relevant topics. If you were registered for this course previously you will find the feedback valuable, since you have been exposed to the topics already. If you have previously failed this course, and you are now repeating the module, you should read both the answers and the feedback carefully, to enable you to see where you went wrong in the examination.