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I have a public law exam in a week time! I'm so stressed out as I don't understand the subject and don't know anything or know very little..

Could someone tell me what I should know for public law? Any revision tips? Websites revision/notes? Would be very appreciated!
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I have a public law exam in a week time! I'm so stressed out as I don't understand the subject and don't know anything or know very little..

Could someone tell me what I should know for public law? Any revision tips? Websites revision/notes? Would be very appreciated!
This is undergraduate level?

Did you go to the lectures?

Have you made a set of notes?

If not go to the bookshop and get one of the revision books like law express and learn the relevant parts. If you have got this far then surely you know how revision and exams work?

You just have to get on with it and do as much as you can.
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This is undergraduate level?

Did you go to the lectures?

Have you made a set of notes?

If not go to the bookshop and get one of the revision books like law express and learn the relevant parts. If you have got this far then surely you know how revision and exams work?

You just have to get on with it and do as much as you can.
Yeah This is undergraduate level (first year) and yes I have been to lecture but haven't really attended them to be honest. I have 6 days to revise for it. Do you think it is possible to pass with 6 days revision?

Topics such as separation of power, constitutional, rule of law etc
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Yeah This is undergraduate level (first year) and yes I have been to lecture but haven't really attended them to be honest. I have 6 days to revise for it. Do you think it is possible to pass with 6 days revision?

Topics such as separation of power, constitutional, rule of law etc
Yes if you work hard. You just do the best you can. Its a stupid situation to put yourself in.
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