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    Studying law isn't all that bad. I don't find it boring, but I do find it challenging to revise for. I'm concerned that I might be revising the wrong stuff for the exam and am not really sure where I am at the moment.

    Does anyone care to share any tips from their first year, or generic revision techniques which have helped them in first year?

    My main issue is evaluation questions for the exam. I am pretty confident I will be able to tackle the problem questions. How might I go about finding material to study for the exam on evaluating all the different areas of law? Shall I focus on dissenting judgement's? Shall I read different textbooks, articles (if so, how should I go about reading them?)

    Would really appreciate any help guys, thanks
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