So basically, exams are on tuesday and i keep beating myself up over how much i am writing for my past questions, seriously i can write a whole side of A4 on statutory Instruments but when it comes to order in council, By laws, Distinguishing, Overruling and Rule in Young V Bristol Airplane i just write like Half a side of A4. I include all key points but i feel like i need to make my paragraphs more beefy and include more detail. There are 10 minutes in each question and i almost do 5 minutes for some questions.
Is this bad? Or am i overreacting?
How can i make it so i make the most out of my time for each question?
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- 14-05-2016 10:50
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- 16-05-2016 12:03
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- 16-05-2016 12:09
Wow, wait so are you writing half an A4 side in 5 minutes? If so that isn't bad at all. As long as you do everything below or max 10 minutes then you're good. Don't worry. I'd only worry if it's taking you more than 10 minutes.