University of London International Programmes LLM??? How to study?!?

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JuguJustice
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Okay so I’ve been stuck like other students on how to pass my llm exams. The study guides, articles and stuff are not really helpful. I can’t find much information online or the library. This is a selfstudy program with no real support or tutorials. Can anyone tell me or advise me what I can do? There’s only llb groups over on FB so I feel stuck...Not really getting a response from other students either...
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Hi - sorry you haven't had a response to this yet. I'm just going to bump the thread in the hope that someone sees this and can help
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(Original post by JuguJustice)
Okay so I’ve been stuck like other students on how to pass my llm exams. The study guides, articles and stuff are not really helpful. I can’t find much information online or the library. This is a selfstudy program with no real support or tutorials. Can anyone tell me or advise me what I can do? There’s only llb groups over on FB so I feel stuck...Not really getting a response from other students either...
Hello, I signed up to study the LLM via UoL International programmes. What courses did you register for? When did you register? I passed 3 bachelor-level self-study subjects with UoL. My suggestions for you:
1. Do not panic, you have 5 years to complete the degree;.
2. Learning includes: lecturer videos; study guide, updates; textbooks, articles, and research about your country's laws;
3. Look at Youtube: Toby Boyd's video on making a study plan and the study resources;
4. Visit the Student Forum on the VLE, introduce yourself and ask if anyone else is doing your courses;
5. Choose one (1) course to start studying;
6. Start with Study Guide for Module A (it is suggested 150 hours per module);
7. Gather all the materials for the module;
8. Look at the "Learning Outcomes" - what you are expected to learn from the module or chapters;
9. Read the first chapter and take notes in your own words;
10. Think about information in the chapter and find examples of laws from your country;
11. Use the headings in the chapter as headings in your notes (and flash cards);
11. After reading the first chapter, read the essential readings and other readings and take notes and find examples from your country;
13. Learn the terms and the beliefs and theories of the main legal persons;
14. Practice with the learning activities to ensure you learned the "Learning Outcomes" as self-assessment;
15. Repeat Steps 7 to 14 for Modules B-D and then move on to another course.
15. You may choose to do the practice exam questions after completing the chapter or at the end of the module;
16. During practice, do the questions twice: first with the book open and then with the book closed to test yourself;
17. After the practice, look at the feedback section at the end of the chapter;
18. You can download past papers and examiner's reports from the VLE.

I hope this helps. If you need further advice, do not hesitate to post.
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