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OCR English Legal System

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    (Original post by jk122)
    Police powers, sentencing, mags, juries and criminal courts how about you??
    Police powers, sentencing, mags, juries, crim courts, barristers solicitors, ADRs, bail

    just out of interest, what would you do if the questions were about: civ courts, judges, funding, barristers n solicitors, mags, police powers and bail? You wouldnt be able to answer 4 would you? :s
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    (Original post by GiveMeAChallenge)
    Police powers, sentencing, mags, juries, crim courts, barristers solicitors, ADRs, bail

    just out of interest, what would you do if the questions were about: civ courts, judges, funding, barristers n solicitors, mags, police powers and bail? You wouldnt be able to answer 4 would you? :s
    Yeah i know i have to learn at least 2 more otherwise il be kinda screwed loll ive only learned those so far got any ideas of what 2 topics are most likely to turn up so i can focus on them???
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    (Original post by jk122)
    Yeah i know i have to learn at least 2 more otherwise il be kinda screwed loll ive only learned those so far got any ideas of what 2 topics are most likely to turn up so i can focus on them???
    I'd say bail and barristers/solicitors but i dont really know
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    (Original post by GiveMeAChallenge)
    I'd say bail and barristers/solicitors but i dont really know
    Yeah i was also thinking bail it hasnt come up in a while hmm not sure about barristers/sol it came up in jan i believe
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    (Original post by jk122)
    Yeah i was also thinking bail it hasnt come up in a while hmm not sure about barristers/sol it came up in jan i believe
    yeah i know but it tends to come up every year just about
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    (Original post by GiveMeAChallenge)
    yeah i know but it tends to come up every year just about
    Yeah your right il probs just learn it to be on the safe side
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    (Original post by jk122)
    Yeah your right il probs just learn it to be on the safe side
    just wondering, for crim courts, what are you learning as theres a load of stuff about crim appeals ... :/
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    I just learned MOT hearing, MC/CC adv/disadvantages of both, youth court etc, I basically skipped appeals since they came up in january
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    Whats a MOT hearing?
    Do you have the questions that came up in jan?
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    (Original post by GiveMeAChallenge)
    just wondering, for crim courts, what are you learning as theres a load of stuff about crim appeals ... :/
    I learned the categories of offence, mode of trial hearing and the adv and dis of each court i have not even looked at appeals it was in the jan paper
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    (Original post by deano0417)
    I just learned MOT hearing, MC/CC adv/disadvantages of both, youth court etc, I basically skipped appeals since they came up in january
    Have you only skipped appeals or other topics aswell??
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    Just appeals, I covered police powers, Sentencing, Crim Courts, Legal prof and Lay Magistrates/juries in full I just find appeals so boring + it came up in jan so I skipped it
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    (Original post by deano0417)
    Just appeals, I covered police powers, Sentencing, Crim Courts, Legal prof and Lay Magistrates/juries in full I just find appeals so boring + it came up in jan so I skipped it
    Same strategy as me!
    Exactly appeals came up in jan and june 2011 so 99% won't be there
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    Hoping legal profession, it sort of sticks in my head since I want to do when I am older
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    Does anyone think civil cases will come up??
    Also what part B questions could they ask relating to legal profession?
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    Panicking! I need an A in this paper
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    (Original post by GiveMeAChallenge)
    Hmmm...ive counted 11 topics that come up!
    Revise 6/7 of those topics to the point where you can perfectly regurgitate everything and you will get full marks

    That's how I did it anyway, Law doesn't require any thinking whatsoever at A level, just a good short-term memory. Its only been a year since I did my last Law exam and I can't remember anything at all from it
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    (Original post by Vijay2010)
    Revise 6/7 of those topics to the point where you can perfectly regurgitate everything and you will get full marks

    That's how I did it anyway, Law doesn't require any thinking whatsoever at A level, just a good short-term memory. Its only been a year since I did my last Law exam and I can't remember anything at all from it
    Thanks for the tip
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    Does anyone think we could possibly get ADR?
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    (Original post by jk122)
    Does anyone think civil cases will come up??
    Also what part B questions could they ask relating to legal profession?
    Disadvantages and advantages of training is te usual one

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