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I study law at A-level and I am struggling to revise cases that I would need to mention in exam answers to help get me higher grades. Is there any way I could learn and memerise them quickly?
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Found that the best way to do it is to make a flashcard and then write model AO1 paragraphs. Making Quizlets is good to and also helps revision down the line, but can be time-consuming
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Hi,
I study law at A-level and I am struggling to revise cases that I would need to mention in exam answers to help get me higher grades. Is there any way I could learn and memerise them quickly?
Hi affnx

Great Question. It's still something I am trying to master!

I agree with hftdsf above, flash cards are a great way to revise case law.

I would start by drawing up a case list which includes the fundamental principle/ruling from each onto one document.

Split the cases into colour coded sections to correspond with the law topics/modules. Then get yourself some revision cards and you can write the case name on the front with the key point(s) on the back. Then, get your friends & family to quiz you to make your revision a bit more interactive.

Hope this helps and best of luck with your exams!

James

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