HOW I PREP FOR LECTURES

I asked you guys on Instagram (@lucydoeslaw) for any blogs that you’d like to see, and this one was highly requested! This is based on the way that Exeter Law School has structured their timetable but I’m sure the way I prepare will translate across universities and degrees! 1 – PRE-READING Before my lectures, I…

THE UNIVERSITY TAG

Now my first year at uni has come to an end, I thought it would be quite fitting to do this tag I discovered on YouTube as a reflection of the crazy year I’ve just had. Where do you study? I study at the University of Exeter’s Streatham campus. What do you study? If you…

LAW STUDENT ESSENTIAL: RATIO NOTEBOOK

After eyeing up their Instagram feed and website for as long as I can remember, I was thrilled when Rama Publishing contacted me asking if they could send me a couple of products. I opened these on my instagram, but thought one particular product needed a special mention on the blog. I was most excited…

FIRST YEAR ROOM TOUR: BIRKS STUDIO

Now that my first year of uni has come to an end, I thought I’d do a little post on my accommodation. I applied for my accommodation in Exeter in April 2018 before I even knew I had gotten into the university. I was keen to be on campus in halls for my first year…

PRE-EXAM NIGHT ROUTINE

I’ve always LOVED a routine. It keeps me relaxed, focussed and calm, which is especially important before an exam to ensure for a good nights sleep. I feel that after surviving through GCSEs, A Levels and now my first year degree exams I have found a routine that works best for me, so I thought…

MAKING LAW GLAM – LEGAL CHEEK

This morning I woke up to find my law account featured on ‘Legal Cheek’. Legal Cheek is a news source for junior lawyers and law students that I use all the time, so was totally baffled when my friend sent me a photo of my account on the website! The article speaks for itself… so…

MY STAPLE REVISION TECHNIQUE

Blurting. Sounds crazy, but trust me here, it works revision wonders. I originally found out about this method on YouTube but thought I’d write it on a little blog post because it’s a technique that’s really helped me in my law exam revision. SO Blurting is essentially mind-mapping but in what I think is a…

HOW TO STOP PROCRASTINATING!

As we venture into exam season, I thought doing a little post on procrastination would be quite fitting. It seems that when revision becomes more important, procrastination becomes more prominent. SO here’s how I manage to avoid being overcome by procrastination: 1 – PLAN I am a planner. Always have been and always will be….