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    (Original post by Bob7572)
    On the first question on delegated legislation I only put by laws and forgot to put statutory instruments, what is the maximum mark that I can get
    probably 5 marks because half half
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    (Original post by Bob7572)
    On the first question on delegated legislation I only put by laws and forgot to put statutory instruments, what is the maximum mark that I can get
    I think it's 7 iirc. Did you include examples?
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    (Original post by neal95)
    I think it's 7 iirc. Did you include examples?
    Yh I included 2 examples
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    If you have answers the question fully will the examiner ever give you 10/10 marks
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    (Original post by Bob7572)
    On the first question on delegated legislation I only put by laws and forgot to put statutory instruments, what is the maximum mark that I can get
    i looked at the mark scheme for 2014 and it says for 3-4 marks The student demonstrates some understanding of (A) or (B), or limited understanding of (A) and (B) which is what you probably got as this is for two forms of delegated legislation
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    (Original post by jampot98)
    Yh there's isn't much content for criminal courts and lay people.
    For question 17 I wasn't too sure what to write, so I just wrote anything that I could think of in relation to a magistrate!

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    The key for getting into the 9s and 10s for that was referring cases, statistics or statues.

    For juries there was: Gregory v UK (ECHR), Bushell's Case, Magna Carta 1215, Blythe, Pointing.

    For Maggies: mainly statistics and reports.
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    (Original post by Bob7572)
    If you have answers the question fully will the examiner ever give you 10/10 marks
    Yeah. As long as you've loaded your answer with the bare requirements for the initial Sound, and had good development and enhancements etc.
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    I ****ed up on the judicial controls question, wrote about parliamentary controls instead
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    it's not like you can get marked down for discussing disadvantages when the question asked only for advantages is it?
    they'll just mark the advantages part, no big deal
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    (Original post by SteBrazier95)
    it's not like you can get marked down for discussing disadvantages when the question asked only for advantages is it?
    they'll just mark the advantages part, no big deal
    True. But its probably just that you've wrote about disadvantages when you could be gaining more marks talking about other advantages.

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    I messed up on the green paper, I put the example as the service and legal act 1990 instead of the civil and legal service act.. Will I lose marks?
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    For the literal rule I outlined what it is and gave three full examples, would this be 10 marks?
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    (Original post by ShanLouise1997)
    I ****ed up on the judicial controls question, wrote about parliamentary controls instead
    LOOOL hopefully you did well in the rest of the paper though
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    (Original post by SunDun111)
    For the literal rule I outlined what it is and gave three full examples, would this be 10 marks?
    Maybe/maybe not.

    Did you include that the word is given the same meaning throughout the Act and that the definition used is the (Oxford English) dictionary definition at the time the Act was passed?

    These two show up under the enhancement criteria.
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    (Original post by 23six)
    Maybe/maybe not.

    Did you include that the word is given the same meaning throughout the Act and that the definition used is the (Oxford English) dictionary definition at the time the Act was passed?

    These two show up under the enhancement criteria.
    You could also include lord Esher's statement about the literal rule

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    (Original post by ShanLouise1997)
    I ****ed up on the judicial controls question, wrote about parliamentary controls instead
    How come? What happened?

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    (Original post by 23six)
    Maybe/maybe not.

    Did you include that the word is given the same meaning throughout the Act and that the definition used is the (Oxford English) dictionary definition at the time the Act was passed?

    These two show up under the enhancement criteria.
    No I included lord Reid's. And no I didn't
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    Also when talking about the law making process I talked about all orders of readings however I didn't state that these take place in the commons? I assumed that the reader already knows it takes part in commons because I talked about lords amendments would I still get full mark?
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    (Original post by SunDun111)
    Also when talking about the law making process I talked about all orders of readings however I didn't state that these take place in the commons? I assumed that the reader already knows it takes part in commons because I talked about lords amendments would I still get full mark?
    If you differentiated between Lords and Commons, I.e. Committee stage 16-50 elected MPs with specialist knowledge scrutinize bill clause by clause in HOC vs HOL where Lords do to scrutinizing.

    You definitely needed the ping pong procedure in the mix along with the queens role for Sound since the question specifically said include Crown role.

    Enhancing mark would probably be Parliamentary Acts 1911 and 1949; and the other would be 'possible ref to different types of bills I.e. private members bill introduced by promoter'
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    Just doing unit 2 concept of liability revision at the moment but gonna take it easier later and have a takeaway and watch graham norton lol.
 
 
 
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