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    I seem to frequent this forum but anyway I'm almost kicking myself for studying law at A-Level because nothing seems fresh and it's incredibly difficult to look at things from other angles. Anyone who is studying/has graduated, can you give me any advice on how to make things fresh and completely distinguish it from the lower A-Level standard?

    Also, can anyone give me any idea of the kind of standard expected to get a 2:1? I know the first year doesn't count but I kind of want to work quite hard to see what I can achieve.

    Thanks in advance!
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