I just messed up my ocr as level law exam

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I went blank, couldn’t recall cases but could remember some regular content.
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It’s fine. It happens. It is what it is. And move on.
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I went blank, couldn’t recall cases but could remember some regular content.
You have done as much as you can, no more, no less. Be proud of what you achieved. Try not to worry about it and focus’s on the next exam!

Best of luck:hugs:
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Thank youu! Turns out I’ve not really messed it up but I’ve not done well either.
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I feel the exact same as you! Onto the next, hopefully paper 2 will be better x

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Thank youu! Turns out I’ve not really messed it up but I’ve not done well either.
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I feel the exact same as you! Onto the next, hopefully paper 2 will be better x
Fingers crossed. I’ll revise so much for that.
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Are you going on to do A-level law or only AS?

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Fingers crossed. I’ll revise so much for that.
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Are you going on to do A-level law or only AS?
A level too. I really enjoy the subject and I get good grades in it. I’m hoping to become a solicitor too lol
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I feel the exact same as you! Onto the next, hopefully paper 2 will be better x
Out of curiosity, do you remember the 6th&7th questions please?
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Out of curiosity, do you remember the 6th&7th questions please?
They were the scenario questions:

Question 6) Explain how non-fatal offences will apply to (the mother screaming at her child on the sideline of the football pitch causing her to be diagnosed with PTSD)

Question 7) Explain how non-fatal offences will apply to Tom (hairdresser who cut off his customers ponytail because she wouldn't sit still)
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They were the scenario questions:

Question 6) Explain how non-fatal offences will apply to (the mother screaming at her child on the sideline of the football pitch causing her to be diagnosed with PTSD)

Question 7) Explain how non-fatal offences will apply to Tom (hairdresser who cut off his customers ponytail because she wouldn't sit still)
Thanks!
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Just curious, but I'm wondering if any of you maybe remember the questions that came up in the AS paper? The A Level one is on Monday and I feel like it might help with last minute revision to know what was on the paper 1 for that 😅 cheers
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Just curious, but I'm wondering if any of you maybe remember the questions that came up in the AS paper? The A Level one is on Monday and I feel like it might help with last minute revision to know what was on the paper 1 for that 😅 cheers
Roles of legal executives
Appointment of lay magistrates
Advantages and disadvantages of the civil court system
Fault in criminal law
Non fatal offences
Critics to s20 of the non fatal offences….

Can’t remember them precisely but this should help.
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I feel the exact same as you! Onto the next, hopefully paper 2 will be better x
Hii how did you find paper 2?
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SO GOOD! Apart from question 2 where it was all a bit muddled but answered it nonetheless, what about you?

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Hii how did you find paper 2?
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SO GOOD! Apart from question 2 where it was all a bit muddled but answered it nonetheless, what about you?
Same!!! I was so relieved omg. I just waffled in question 2.
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What points did you put for the disadvantages of delegated legislation?

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Same!!! I was so relieved omg. I just waffled in question 2.
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What points did you put for the disadvantages of delegated legislation?
I predicted that question! I wrote about the danger of sub-delegation, infringement on parliament’s supremacy and being an undemocratic way of creating laws. Wbu?
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I predicted that question! I wrote about the danger of sub-delegation, infringement on parliament’s supremacy and being an undemocratic way of creating laws. Wbu?
Ahahaha literally same!
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Ahahaha literally same!
What did you do for the purposive approach question? I basically defined it, backed it by a case (R v Coleman) and explained an advantage and disadvantage. I didn’t forget any cases today, I’m weirdly excited lolll
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