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Hi guy I'm self teaching myself As law I want to ask if for As law for the exams do I need to learn ALL topics on Law Making ( parliamentary law making, delegated Leg etc)and legal system( The civil courts and other forms of ADR, The legal profession etc)

Do we need to cover all the topics in depth or can I just choose 2 topics from each for example law making I can focus on parliamentary law making and delegated leg and for legal system I can focus on the civil court and other forms of ADR and the legal profession

please help me I need help thanks everyone in advance
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If it's covered by the syllabus there's a good chance you'll be asked about it so I would cover everything and then when you revise you can pick and choose what do do several times over and what to do only a few times over.
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Yes just check the syllabus it lists all the syllabus contents you will be tested on for the year your sitting your exams
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