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Hi, I'm currently studying for my A2 Criminal Law exam coming up next year and was just after a bit of advice? I mean in the first year my teacher said it was okay to miss out some topics while revising, mainly for the ELS exam, and I was just wondering if it was the same this year? Like would I be able to get away with missing out some topics that I think I'll struggle on (Non-fatal offences is the main one haha) and still be able to answer the paper confidently? Or would it be stupid to skip revision for some areas? My tutor said she doesn't think I'll get away with it which is understandable, but I could just do with more opinions from people who may have experienced the exam already. Thanks
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Hi, I'm currently studying for my A2 Criminal Law exam coming up next year and was just after a bit of advice? I mean in the first year my teacher said it was okay to miss out some topics while revising, mainly for the ELS exam, and I was just wondering if it was the same this year? Like would I be able to get away with missing out some topics that I think I'll struggle on (Non-fatal offences is the main one haha) and still be able to answer the paper confidently? Or would it be stupid to skip revision for some areas? My tutor said she doesn't think I'll get away with it which is understandable, but I could just do with more opinions from people who may have experienced the exam already. Thanks
Hi Matt, I didn't skip out anything for the A2 criminal one. I have a friend who did and was forced to do a problem question he didn't like, making him panic and affecting his grade overall.

Non-fatal offences in particular are something they like to chuck in; don't get too caught up over the cases but make sure you know the definitions... You can miss the AO2 sections for topics that were essays last year. Good luck!
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Hi, I'm currently studying for my A2 Criminal Law exam coming up next year and was just after a bit of advice? I mean in the first year my teacher said it was okay to miss out some topics while revising, mainly for the ELS exam, and I was just wondering if it was the same this year? Like would I be able to get away with missing out some topics that I think I'll struggle on (Non-fatal offences is the main one haha) and still be able to answer the paper confidently? Or would it be stupid to skip revision for some areas? My tutor said she doesn't think I'll get away with it which is understandable, but I could just do with more opinions from people who may have experienced the exam already. Thanks
I also did this last year and didn't skip anything, I didn't do voluntary manslaughter in detail but learnt enough for section C. Missing one topic would probably be okay but not OAP as it comes up almost every year! I would just go for everything if you can


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