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Law: Judical Precedent

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    So I have a Law Retake tomorrow and I was just looking through a few past papers and realised a lot of the questions for Judicial Precdent in particular at really similar each year. My question is that for the methods of avoiding question it sometimes says to give two ways and it's a 10 mark question. Surely two examples isn't enough for a 10 mark question?

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    I'm retaking. I'm target a B and when I first did the exam, I honestly thought I was going to get a B/A cause it was that easy. I ended up getting a D -____- *sigh* so revising for it all again is a drag!
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    Don't think many people take Law on this EB here.

    I'm subrevising Stat Interpretation, Lay people and Civil Courts and ADR.

    I don't like Judicial precedent, the latin words put me off it for some reason.
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    Its only a few I don't like Stat Int since theres so much too learn D:
 
 
 
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