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In the AQA AS law units it seems that the same topics appear in every exam paper (Law making, Statutory interpretation, Judicial precedent etc...). Since you only have to choose two to answer (and one from section two), do you think it's a good idea just to learn the topics I'm planning to answer? Apart from knowing the very basics is there any reason I should spend time on the rest?
I personally don't think you should start from scratch but have a look at statutory interpretation, especially the golden, literal, mischief rule and the purposive approach and also look at judicial precedence. Because these are difficult topics and are very important in A2 law.