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    So I nailed it, but prior to my exam someone said you don't need to write years on acts, straight after someone said you do.. Now this has annoyed me because i put maximum effort into that exam, anyone know if I had to put years and if this is going to put a dent in my mark?
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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you've posted in the right place? Here's a link to our subject forum which should help get you more responses if you post there.

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    So I nailed it, but prior to my exam someone said you don't need to write years on acts, straight after someone said you do.. Now this has annoyed me because i put maximum effort into that exam, anyone know if I had to put years and if this is going to put a dent in my mark?
    Doubt it matters. Sure there are several Acts which have the same name (Landlord and Tenant Act has three, for example; Law of Property Act has two; Companies Act has three). Worry not.

    Ok, maybe there are a couple of marks here and there for remembering the Public Lavatories (Turnstiles) Act is 1962, but maybe only one or two.
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    Help I messed up and I'm so worried, in law exam it was my first time using extra paper so I thought you had to write what number your were Continuing But you don't :/ I'm really worried there going think it's two answers so either mark both and I'm going get really low marks or just ingore one thinking I made a mistake idk what to do
    Nothing to worry about. By the time the examiner gets your paper they will have marked many exam papers and will know the questions. they will know the answer isnt complete and as long as they ahd your number id on or were attached it will be obvious that the extra sheets are a continuation and which question they continue from..
 
 
 
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