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    Hi guys,

    Recently I've just started a LLB undergraduate degree at university but am struggling to cope with the workload and note-taking from a textbook. I'm spending way too long actually going through the textbooks and can't figure out what's actually relevant or not.

    Any advice is much appreciated,
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    (Original post by Blue Life)
    Hi guys,

    Recently I've just started a LLB undergraduate degree at university but am struggling to cope with the workload and note-taking from a textbook. I'm spending way too long actually going through the textbooks and can't figure out what's actually relevant or not.

    Any advice is much appreciated,
    Revising for law is very hard. Best tip - study and concentrate on the cases in your law lecture notes. Don't get too bogged down in the hundreds more related law cases in the textbooks. Also check memrise and quizlet - both goggle-able - to help with case law memorisation.
 
 
 
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