(Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
I read very little of the textbooks, if I'm honest. I use them as reference material -if I want to know about a specific topic, I will look up that section.
I've never sat and read an entire chapter and I can't ever see myself reading one from cover-to-cover. It would be a waste of time, in my experience.
My results are not amazing, but seem adequate so far.
I certainly haven't needed to go to extraordinary lengths yet, and I've just about finished my first year (my exams are next week).
So how did you go about your revision? What techniques did you find useful and effective? I'm just very new to all this. What is this ELS? Are you an international student? I went to a government school so all of this is a whole new world..
(Original post by ForensicShoe)
You've got 1st class marks in every module you've done so far
(Yeah ELS is piss easy but still
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Of having my full scholarship by an international institution taken away and of barely passing (due to being unfamiliar with the demands of UK higher education after having attended an ordinary government school where the learning style and expectations were very different). If not for my admission, I would be at a local state university.
(Original post by suffocation1992)
What are you freaking out about exactly
Reading cases in full is generally unnecessary and time consuming, you will just learn naturally which ones you may have to read in full and which ones you just need a short ratio. Tutors will also point out which ones are important.
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