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    Need help- these are the topics that are going to be coming up on the exam. However im not sure how to write the essay. like not sure on how to answer them. Do I have to place in cases- its complicated
    into to constitution
    separation of powers-
    human rights act 1998
    rule of law
    police powers
    judicial review
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    What the hell. How have you got to May and you don't know how to write an essay. Surely this was gone over in term one.

    There's a book by Strong called "How to write Law Exams & Essays" better go and buy it quick and do nothing but practice before the exam
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    (Original post by Trinculo)
    What the hell. How have you got to May and you don't know how to write an essay. Surely this was gone over in term one.

    There's a book by Strong called "How to write Law Exams & Essays" better go and buy it quick and do nothing but practice before the exam
    I know how to write an essay in that sense- but like don't really know how to answer the question if you know what I mean. the exam will be made of 4 questions which we have to answer 2, could be critically evaluate and explain or analyse or advisory
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    (Original post by rani96)
    I know how to write an essay in that sense- but like don't really know how to answer the question if you know what I mean. the exam will be made of 4 questions which we have to answer 2, could be critically evaluate and explain or analyse or advisory
    Its still puzzling how you seem unsure how to answer an essay question? Did you not do any essay subjects at A level?

    Just get a dictionary and lk up what each of those words mean then apply it in the context of the essay question. If you have revised then it should be obvious how they apply.
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    Its still puzzling how you seem unsure how to answer an essay question? Did you not do any essay subjects at A level?

    Just get a dictionary and lk up what each of those words mean then apply it in the context of the essay question. If you have revised then it should be obvious how they apply.
    I know how to write an essay it was just Im panicking, going all over the place, sorry guys. thank you though

    Has anyone gone through these topics?
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    (Original post by rani96)
    I know how to write an essay in that sense- but like don't really know how to answer the question if you know what I mean. the exam will be made of 4 questions which we have to answer 2, could be critically evaluate and explain or analyse or advisory
    Cases yes. Then do the cleo method even if its a Public law essay
 
 
 
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