Do you always use IRAC when answering PQs?

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Ryandrummond
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In past modules like Contract, Tort, Equity & Trusts etc. I've always found sticking to an IRAC structure in problem questions relatively easy. However, at the moment I'm doing a problem question for Remedies in Contract and Tort and I feel as though there are too many small side issues to deal with, which makes strictly sticking to an IRAC structure almost impossible.

I feel like I've used IRAC for about 60% of my answer, and that I'm hitting all of the important points that need dealing with. So, I'm wondering whether I'll lose marks or fail to get great marks for not strictly keeping to an IRAC structure?
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Could you give me an example of what you mean by side issues and i may be able to help you.
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I reckon you're more likely to lose marks for not discussing relevant points in the problem question than not adhering to IRAC. I only using IRAC loosely and where a full analysis is required e.g. its core to the PQ. If the side matter is relevant to the question at hand, I'd mention it briefly.
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