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Is it possible to get full marks in the A2 Law exam (OCR) if I don't include all the case names? Say I can't remember a certain case name and I say 'this is illustrated by a case where...' (something along those lines)
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Usually you should know all the case names to justify your point and allow you to apply the law to the given question. I don't know much about OCR but in terms of AQA you might as well just put in a random case name and hope the examiner doesn't notice.

I would also add that it's impossible to get full marks even with including all the case names and points, law examiners are extremely harsh and ive never been given more than 9/10 on any question.

TIP: Use flow charts and try to remember case names with pictures.

For example, causation; R v White, a picture of an old lady; where White poisoned his mother but she died before she drank the poison haha

Hope this helped!
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