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Activity really drops off here innit!
Presumably because we all want to forget about the horrors of them I'm only fully recovered in the past few days like
However, I do have a question for ye. This was my first sitting and I understand that when the results come out, you log onto the law society website with your ID number and a password? I have the ID number, but no password? Do they send you a letter with it or something?
Yes they send you out a letter saying your password is the word <<Mod deletion>> and when you log in with it you can change it to whatever password you want.
Gotta be careful with passwords
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New to law and the FE1 Exams, I intend to give them a crack in April. Regarding exam technique, could someone recommend a text that provides instruction on how to answer exam questions, ILAC/IRAC for problem questions for example? An introductory first year law book might be the thing, any ideas?
I think I remember seeing 'How To Write Law Essays & Exams' by S.I. Strong in my college library. I'm not entirely sure how good it is but it should be a useful introduction. I would also recommend doing a quick Google search; there are a lot of useful websites which provide examples of how you would approach a question using ILAC.
Best of luck
About 40 years ago a Prof Glanville Williams wrote a good book on Legal Study.
As far as i remember it had a section on exam technique.
Gave my copies aeons ago to apprentices - but it is worth reading if available
It is as good a pocket book as you can get. Would recommend.
Learning the Law. Still in print after more than 70 years.
Anyone have any idea when results come out? Annoying the way it takes so long :/
It's usually 6 weeks after the last exam, so it should be Friday the 25th of November.
Tis a long wait alright!
Would just be nice to say that I've passed 8 exams in my interview!
I know it's annoying waiting for results but I think 6 weeks is a quick enough turnaround given that over 1,000 people sit them?
Also the thought of being in work and having people ask how I got on is horrific, but I am not going to be able to wait til I get home to check them
Hi, could someone please tell me what dates the spring sittings are? (or usually are if they haven't been scheduled yet) Thanks.