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    Thank you.


    I struggled with equity mainly because I just found it hard to engage with. I thought I'd done terribly in the exam but it turned out to be my best exam so my advice would be:

    Learn your case law as much as you can. Although you wont get marks for facts, I find the principles much easier to understand and explain if I understand the facts. I also try to make links with the case names and the point I will use them to make.

    Create answer plans or structures. These shouldn't be so rigid that only a certain question would fit what you've prepared but they should help you to tackle any question, whether it be essay or problem, in a methodical, logical way.

    Try to find some academic opinion. Read a few journals to get some opinions that would fit with your conclusions. Critical analysis is a great way of picking up an extra few marks.

    As nerve wracking as it is, try to relax a bit. Prepare as much as you can and get plenty of sleep the night before the exam. Good luck
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