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Hi Everyone!!
I am a 2nd year LLB student and I'm still finding it so hard to do all the reading... I know it sounds very stupid I probably should be a pro at it by now...
I really need some tips on reading, revision and notes...
I am doing case lists for the modules.. well so far haven't done many.. but that's the plan.. I am also writing notes about my reading but I feel like I am not using my time wisely. Still have so much reading to do and I need to get up to date by January and also revise...

I'm sure many people are in a similar situation

Advice will be very much appreciated. Thank you all!
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You can't possibly read all the materials. You have to prioritise your reading, and read smartly: there is little sense reading a 120-page judgment if only 3 pages of the judgement are relevant to your topic.

Brief notes, broad scope. Ensure you are truly appreciating the content you are reading. Make sure you focus a lot of your time on journal articles, as these are the basis of your critical analysis (your high 2:1 or first). If in doubt, spot questions. However, the main take-away is to read smartly.
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