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For the long answer questions, is it vital to quote historical cases within your answer? Through looking at the mark schemes it doesn’t define if they are necessary within your answer or not, does anyone know if they need to be or if it is optional?
Which country variant are you talking about?
Watch any one of the re-recorded lectures – at the start of every one of those recordings I explain how necessary it is (or isn’t) to remember case names
OK – then you need to know 2 things:
a) The current version of the UK exam is a 100% multiple choice computer-based exam therefore you cannot ‘quote’ anything within your answers. You can only select an answer from the available options. Section A are standalone 1 or 2 mark multiple choice questions. Section B questions are just sets of three 2 mark questions based around one scenario.
b) It is not necessary at all to remember the historical cases, but you DO need to remember the point of law established. Many of the questions have situations very similar to the historical cases.