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WHAT TYPE OF LAW STUDENT ARE YOU?

 

There are many different ways to go about getting your law degree. Just think about the different types of students you see in your lectures and libraries. All different people, from all walks of life and with various studying styles. Our short film ‘Here’s to you’ features three student types which we feel most law students can recognise or relate to.

 

Check them out below and use our Facebook page to tag friends who these student types remind you of.

 

 

THE COMPETITIVE ONE

 

Traits often found in a competitor:

 

Energetic
Highly conscientious
Always striving to win in every sphere
Medals and certificates all over their flat
They excel at sport
And if they don’t excel, they get angry
They’re on every committee and law society
They’ll debate with you until they win
You’ll find them usually leading study groups
They’re constantly multitasking
Always wired and often struggle to relax

THE PROCRASTINATOR

 

Traits often found in a procrastinator:

 

Confident
Leaves everything until the last minute
Very social, throws regular parties and get togethers
Plays sport for the faculty teams
Slightly disorganised
Prioritises many things before studying
Easily distracted
Very social in the library
Will often pick the best study points from others
Bit of a crammer
Stressed and panicky a day or two before exams
Nutcases and nutshells are their gospel

THE STUDIOUS TYPE

 

Traits often found in someone studious:

 

Quiet
Always buried in research books or on their laptop
Highly organised
Everything in their flat is ‘OCD’ organised
Everything’s tabbed or highlighted
They love routine – don’t upset their routine
They enjoy a plan
They may take other complex subjects
Bit of natural learner

 

 

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