robinhoodOO wrote:orangecup wrote:shredderrrrrr wrote:It really depends, but I generally still include sub-elements (to be clear, some of my sheets are not necessarily only "one" page). My approach is based on how I best recall large amounts of data.
Thx for the tips!
Ugh, I feel utterly incompetent at the essays. Like, even for subjects I've "memorized". I open up a family law essay, and the topics feel like they're side-issues we barely even covered. If I'm presented with this in the exam, how am I supposed to even proceed?
Can you provide an example of which essay and what issues you missed? Maybe we can provide a bit of guidance on tackling a CP essay...
It was NY 2010, Q4.
The first issue, for instance, was on permanent neglect of a parent. I knew the general rule, but I had no idea what standard applied (it turns out it was clear and convincing evidence). When in doubt, I have no idea what kind of rule I should be spitting out.