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so i want to do Law in University however i am contemplating doing it now as i have a bad memory. I remember some information! could anyone tell me if it is as important
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If you’re asking if remembering things is important in a law degree, then yes, it is.
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If you’re asking if remembering things is important in a law degree, then yes, it is.
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yes very important as you have to memorise a million case names and points of law for a typical three hour exam. some law programmes are easier than others tho as they're not all assessed the same way; you can see how they're assessed on the university's website.
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so i want to do Law in University however i am contemplating doing it now as i have a bad memory. I remember some information! could anyone tell me if it is as important
It is important to remember information in any degree. I have a Law Degree and a Masters Degree in Law. Both required remembering lots of things.

A better question is why do you want to do law? Typically, you remember things better if you have an interest in them. A big secret to being good at something is curiosity for and interest in it. There are memory techniques that can help you remember like the memory palace, but you need to get straight in your own mind why you want to do something.
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yes very important as you have to memorise a million case names and points of law for a typical three hour exam. some law programmes are easier than others tho as they're not all assessed the same way; you can see how they're assessed on the university's website.
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