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    (Original post by fats_12)
    Our teachers our predicting strict liability and insanity/ automatism


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    100% Insanity and automatism
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    So insanity and autom will most definitely be section C?...
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    I would most definitely not leave a topic out, in some questions you even get a mix of four topics; for example in a problem question I have seen insanity/automatism/intoxication/self-defence or murder/duress/self-defence/intoxication. Therefore, I would strongly recommend, that although you may learn some topics more than others, at least have an understanding of all the topics so you are prepared.
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    I am going through the past papers and below you can see in what section the questions, in relation with the special study, came up on:

    January 2010: Section B
    June 2010: Section C

    January 2011: Section C
    June 2011: Section B

    January 2012: Section C
    June 2012: Section C

    January 2013: Section C
    June 2013: Insanity/Automatism most likely to come up in Section B. (This is only a guess)
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    Apologies for posting three times in a row but I wanted to share my predictions with you, and if possible, please share your thoughts:

    Section A
    Offences Against the Person (+ Consent)
    Attempts
    Duress/ Necessity

    Section B
    Involuntary Manslaughter (+ Self defence/ Intoxication)
    Insanity/Automatism
    Omissions (+ Causation)

    Section C
    Theft/Robbery/Burglary
    Murder and the defences
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    (Original post by Maerim)
    Apologies for posting three times in a row but I wanted to share my predictions with you, and if possible, please share your thoughts:

    Section A
    Offences Against the Person (+ Consent)
    Attempts
    Duress/ Necessity

    Section B
    Involuntary Manslaughter (+ Self defence/ Intoxication)
    Insanity/Automatism
    Omissions (+ Causation)

    Section C
    Theft/Robbery/Burglary
    Murder and the defences

    Q1) causation attempts duress/intoxication
    Q2) hard to predict but non fatals or property
    Q3) insanity/Automatism murder/manslaughter

    Iv based my predictions of past papers wat have u done lol
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    (Original post by qr95)
    Q1) causation attempts duress/intoxication
    Q2) hard to predict but non fatals or property
    Q3) insanity/Automatism murder/manslaughter
    (Original post by Maerim)
    I am going through the past papers and below you can see in what section the questions, in relation with the special study, came up on:

    January 2010: Section B
    June 2010: Section C

    January 2011: Section C
    June 2011: Section B

    January 2012: Section C
    June 2012: Section C

    January 2013: Section C
    June 2013: Insanity/Automatism most likely to come up in Section B. (This is only a guess)
    Look through the pattern above. Do you think it is more likely Insanity/Automatism will come up in Section C?
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    What about this then? Because both of us had similar predictions, just in different Sections.

    Q1) causation attempts duress/intoxication
    Q2) non-fatals involuntary manslaughter/omissions theft
    Q3) insanity/Automatism murder/manslaughter


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    (Original post by Maerim)
    What about this then? Because both of us had similar predictions, just in different Sections.

    Q1) causation attempts duress/intoxication
    Q2) non-fatals involuntary manslaughter/omissions theft
    Q3) insanity/Automatism murder/manslaughter


    Yh sounds better how can involuntary manslaughter n omission come together, hw long u been revising ? Wat marks u on in total so far in law
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    (Original post by qr95)
    Yh sounds better how can involuntary manslaughter n omission come together
    When you have to talk about gross negligence manslaughter and for example, if a question is about a doctor who fails to do something you might have to explain the law relating to omissions in relation to doctors and medical treatment.
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    (Original post by Maerim)
    When you have to talk about gross negligence manslaughter and for example, if a question is about a doctor who fails to do something you might have to explain the law relating to omissions in relation to doctors and medical treatment.
    Thanks wat mark r u on overall in law?
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    (Original post by qr95)
    Thanks wat mark r u on overall in law?
    I'm not sure what my mark is, I need 109/120 to get an A overall. However, I retook one exam from last year which I feel went well; presumably I need less than 109 now, hopefully something around 85-90.
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    (Original post by Maerim)
    I'm not sure what my mark is, I need 109/120 to get an A overall. However, I retook one exam from last year which I feel went well; presumably I need less than 109 now, hopefully something around 85-90.
    Thats good all iv revised is omission and causation lol, also lookin at past papers murder hasnt come up in section 1 for some time and causation has been in section 2 since it came up as an essay in section A.
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    Murder came up June 12


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    (Original post by aaf)
    Murder came up June 12


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    Murder- mens rea came up not murder itself
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    hey guys.. since a lot of people predicting causation to come up, iv got an essay plan my teacher put together for us, however I don't know how to attach it on here.. help anyone?
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    Bloody hope Insanity/Automatism won't come up, i've not looked at it since January exam. Praying for Attempts / Omissions / Strict Liability, I'll nail it then.
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    (Original post by fats_12)
    hey guys.. since a lot of people predicting causation to come up, iv got an essay plan my teacher put together for us, however I don't know how to attach it on here.. help anyone?
    You have a "Insert Image" icon, if you click on it you can also attach a document.
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    For the fifty markers, how much sides are we lookin at roughly?

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    (Original post by Maerim)
    You have a "Insert Image" icon, if you click on it you can also attach a document.
    Yea that's what I tried doing but it won't upload I'll try again though


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