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#FresherFunda: Problem-Based Questions? Not a big problem

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Problem-based questions are hypothetical situations that your teacher might put to you to test your knowledge of the law and your ability to apply it in actual legal cases. Such questions are very common in law school tests, assignments and examinations. They might seem a little daunting to first year law students, but if you approach them correctly, you’ll ace them!

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