So, I'm doing OCR Law. So far, there is a lot of content to remember through the booklets my teacher has given to us. My teacher said that the class doesn't need textbooks. Besides doing past papers, is there anything that can help me to achieve a A at A level?
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- 20-09-2016 17:56
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- 20-09-2016 17:58
look at mark schemes and model answers to understand what they are looking for then just practice.
- 20-09-2016 18:05
Make sure you have cases to back up your answers. E law resources is a good website with everything you may need for A-level law and case summary. Also practise questions under time condition, you dont realise how much you have write in the exam when you are ACTUALLY in the exam so prepare yourself. Good luck