I want to get a 2:1 in law (I scraped this grade in 2nd year, though relaxed that yr), I'm in my final year now.
I attend the lectures and seminars, and i prepare for each seminar... but i feel i am not doing enough work.
the recommended at home study hours in law are 30 hours a week, which I feel is ridiculous. At the moment I am doing between 4-7 hours a week because I have just started.
Can someone please tell me where I am going wrong and how I can study close to 20 hours a week which I believe to be more doable than 20. Any advice would be much appreciated.
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- 10-10-2013 21:13
- 12-10-2013 06:19
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- 29-10-2013 21:04
What i'm doing this year is going through my lecture notes extensively before the next lecture and it's going well for me because I'm starting to understand it all. Also, extra reading and research on your module is something you could be doing in your spare time, you could even start looking and planning past questions.
But, I'm sure you'll be assigned coursework soon and then you'll have more than enough work to do. I already have three assignments to be working on!