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Sophxxxdd
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Hey I’m a prospective law student applying in 2022 and I’m wondering what’s the best method to study for the MCQs, because i have done a few and the questions tend to vary a lot, so I’m wondering if any specific website/book has the closest questions to the actual one? Thanks so much!!
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Hey I’m a prospective law student applying in 2022 and I’m wondering what’s the best method to study for the MCQs, because i have done a few and the questions tend to vary a lot, so I’m wondering if any specific website/book has the closest questions to the actual one? Thanks so much!!
Arbitio is generally rated highly by the law applicants on here

https://www.arbitio.co.uk/
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Arbitio is generally rated highly by the law applicants on here

https://www.arbitio.co.uk/
Thank you so much!
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