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    Has anyone completed the LPC, that can help me with a few questions please. Im finding the course a lil boring, and im trying my best to attend all lectures. Is the exams really hard.. Up until now ive done none of the assignments and havent much attended. Instead ive been trying to do some work at home instead. I dont know what to do.. Can sum1 help me..
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    Has anyone completed the LPC, that can help me with a few questions please. Im finding the course a lil boring, and im trying my best to attend all lectures. Is the exams really hard.. Up until now ive done none of the assignments and havent much attended. Instead ive been trying to do some work at home instead. I dont know what to do.. Can sum1 help me..
    I'm not sure what you're after here.

    Do you need help with specific questions you're facing on the LPC? If so, I'm afraid you're unlikely (and rightly so) to be given much assistance. The short and rather blunt point is that you should be sufficiently intelligent, motivated and organised to get yourself through this course (which, whilst dull, isn't academically taxing) without assistance from outside. If you're struggling with the difficulty of the content of the LPC course then you may find practising law hard.

    If your question is more about how you should be approaching the LPC generally, then the answer is to recognise the course for what it is: a means to an end. Knuckle down, do the study, attend the lectures and complete the assignments. If you haven't already secured a TC then use this time to supplement your CV. In any event, use the time to get to know other students who are likely to be your contemporaries for a very long time to come.

    At the risk of sounding like your Dad, you're unlikely to make a success of things (including this course) if you spend your time at home and don't get involved.
 
 
 
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