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Hi my exam is on Tuesday

I was wondering if anyone has any predictions on whats going to come up on tuesday paper?

I'm doing Criminal Courts & Lay People and would like the predictions for this section. Thanks.
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Hi my exam is on Tuesday

I was wondering if anyone has any predictions on whats going to come up on tomorrows paper?

I'm doing Criminal Courts & Lay People and would like the predictions for this section. Thanks.
Isn't it on tuesday?
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Isn't it on tuesday?
I meant Tuesday haha
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Isn't it on tuesday?
haha yeh i meant tuesday
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Oh okay.
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Oh okay.
Got any ideas on what might come up on the exam?
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Got any ideas on what might come up on the exam?
I would advise not to make predictions but learn everything on the specification. Dont rely on past paper questions and model answers as last year they put in 2 completely new questions within Criminal Courts and Processes that were not answered as well since students usually memorise model answers for this paper. Examiners will try not to fall into predictable patterns as otherwise the exam is not doing what it is meant to be doing: test you. However that being said there are only a limited number of questions that could be asked and since the specification has been out since 2011 just make sure you can answer all the past questions since then and you should be fine.
Good luck!
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I would advise not to make predictions but learn everything on the specification. Dont rely on past paper questions and model answers as last year they put in 2 completely new questions within Criminal Courts and Processes that were not answered as well since students usually memorise model answers for this paper. Examiners will try not to fall into predictable patterns as otherwise the exam is not doing what it is meant to: test you. However that being said there are only a limited number of questions that could be asked and since the specification has been out since 2011 just make sure you can answer all the past questions since then and you should be fine.
Good luck!
Thanks for the help!!
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0 6 Outline the procedure that would be followed before Alan’s trial if he were charged with a summary offence.

What would you write if the offence was indictable or either way? What happens before both of these?
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