Competition Time | Law Mind Maps

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED

Have you heard of Law Mind Maps? If not, you will definitely know about them by the end of this post.

Most importantly though, let’s chat about this competition! If you want to skip straight to the entry form, click here. (COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED)

Competition Time | Law Mind Maps

Competition Time | Law Mind Maps

What is the competition?

Law Mind Maps are going to select seven people and they will receive one of the 7 core subject mind maps.  You could be receiving one of the following subjects: Criminal Law, Contract Law, Constitutional & Administrative Law (a.k.a. Public Law), Equity and Trusts, European Union, Land Law & Tort.

Here are a few screen shots of what you can expect to receive:

Law Mind Maps | Certainties of Trust

Law Mind Maps | Certainties of Trust

Law Mind Maps | Indictments

Law Mind Maps | Indictments

These are perfect for LLB and GDL students and the competition closes on Monday 10th April at 8am with products being posted by the 12th April.  If you enter the competition you could have them in time for your May/June exams, or even some pre-reading before you start courses next September. (Just remember to update any info that may have changed, in terms of cases, legislation, syllabus changes).

Who are Law Mind Maps?

Law Mind Maps produce Mind Maps which cover the 7 core subjects on the LLB/GDL.  Students can also pick up Mind Maps for the core subjects on the LPC and the BPTC.  The company is based in London and provide Mind Maps to students all over England and Wales.

They believe that Mind Maps aren’t just for revising and exams but perfect to help you study throughout your course.  I know from Instagram that lots of you create your own mind maps, so these would be a great addition to your learning!

Where can you find out more information about Law Mind Maps, well their website is a great place to start, plus they are on Twitter and Facebook!

How can you enter this competition?

You can enter by clicking on this form here and the competition will close on Monday 10th April at 8am. Remember that you get to select which Mind Map you choose, so you could choose to enter for each subject (to increase your chances!).  (COMPETITION NOW CLOSED)

Do remember that by entering  this competition you consent to receiving emails from Lawyer In The Making and Law Mind Maps until you choose to unsubscribe from each of these respectively.  Lawyer In The Making sends out one weekly newsletter which contains links to recent blog posts and any exciting news and you can read more about them here.

Good luck and I will be announcing all of the winners on my blog after the competition closes.

Rebecca x

Full terms and conditions are available here Law Mind Maps Competition Terms And Conditions.

Free April Revision Schedule PDF

So I created my own revision schedules, and a lot of you commented on the monthly and week by week plans on my Instagram page.  Here is a link to download my Free April Revision Schedule PDF.

WANT A COPY OF MY FREE April REVISION SCHEDULE PDF?

As I have mentioned above, a lot of you commented on my Instagram post and Snapchat saying that you thought my revision schedules were really good, and you wished you had them, so I have made them a downloadable PDF for you!

FREE April Revision Schedule PDF

FREE April Revision Schedule PDF

Enter your email address below for your free PDF, once you have entered your email, a link will appear.  Download the free schedule, print it out and fill it in!

Happy revising! Please share the link to this blog post with your friends!

Why not download the Free weekly revision planner (broken down into subjects and sub-topics) here.


Rebecca x

Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF

Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF
Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF

So I created my own revision schedules, and a lot of you commented on the monthly and week by week plans on my Instagram page.  Here is a link to download my Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF.

WANT A COPY OF MY FREE Weekly REVISION SCHEDULE PDF?

As I have mentioned above, a lot of you commented on my Instagram post and Snapchat saying that you thought my revision schedules were really good, and you wished you had them, so I have made them a downloadable PDF for you!

How to use my free weekly revision schedule pdf?

This one has set boxes for different times of the day.  You can input your working times, and then for each box put in your subject and then a specific topic!  I thought this was better, especially if you have multiple subjects on the go (as most people have 4 or more exams).

Plus being specific with regards to your topics means you won’t waste time procrastinating and just revising any topic.  You will have a structured approach to your revision and learning.

Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF

Free Weekly Revision Schedule PDF

Enter your email address below for your free PDF, once you have entered your email, a link will appear.  Download the free schedule, print it out and fill it in!

Happy revising! Please share the link to this blog post with your friends! (If you want to download the March 2017 Revision Overview click here)


Rebecca x

Free March Revision Schedule PDF

FREE May Revision Schedule
FREE May Revision Schedule

So I created my own revision schedules, and a lot of you commented on the monthly and week by week plans on my Instagram page.  Here is a link to download my Free March Revision Schedule PDF.

Want a copy of my Free March Revision Schedule PDF?

As I have mentioned above, a lot of you commented on my Instagram post and Snapchat saying that you thought my revision schedules were really good, and you wished you had them, so I have made them a downloadable PDF for you!

FREE March Revision Schedule PDF

FREE March Revision Schedule PDF

Enter your email address below for your free PDF, once you have entered your email, a link will appear.  Download the free schedule, print it out and fill it in!

Happy revising! Please share the link to this blog post with your friends!


Rebecca x

GCSE Results Day |2016

Congratulations to everyone who has received their GCSE Results today.  I worked out that 9 or 10 years ago I received mine, and that is making me feel quite old.

For some of you, you have spent the entire month trying to forget about the 25th August 2016, and others have wished it would come a lot quicker.

Well Done - GCSE Results

Well Done – GCSE Results

GCSE Results 2016 – IN THE NEWS

The news headlines today seem to mainly be focusing on the negatives, “huge declines in pass rates”, “what to do if you fail” and I would like this blog post to be slightly more positive.

what to do in the future

Growing up I was always told that so long as you know that you did your best, and that you couldn’t have possibly done anything more to study or in the exam, then that was fine.  Obviously my parents always want the best for me, but sometimes you can know absolutely everything, and the exam just doesn’t go your way, or you aren’t feeling so well.

So a message to everyone receiving results today, WELL DONE!

If you received the results you wanted, continue to work on your successes and the skills that got you there.

If your results were not what you expected, remember that everyone has a bad day sometimes, and sometimes these bad days fall on exams.  Pick yourself up, and focus on future study and exams.

If your results were not what you expected because you know deep down you didn’t study properly, you didn’t revise as much as you should or you just didn’t care in the exam, then you already know what you need to do.  Knuckle down and work hard, especially if you want to head off to University in two years.

Remember that you can turn everything around in your A Levels, but you need to put the work in.

Best of luck for the future.

Rebecca x