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    Apr 28, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Laws on Obligations and contracts is very crucial to every one especially when we're dealing with people daily, as we all know ignorance of the law excuses no one.

    Course highlights:

    I've covered five different law subjects, taxation and aloy of whole other accounting subjects, yet law subjects gave me the most impact as I've learned my rights as a citizen the rights of others and the consequences people encounter everyday and how to deal with it. The true essence of Law is having freedom amd knowing our limitations as humans in one community and that makes us bound to help each other, in whatever ways possible in truth and in justice.

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    6-8 hours

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    First know your goals, if you know your goal your less likely to go out of tract but having the end in mind makes you achieve your goal, as you motivate yourself towards your goal studying is hard if it's not your habit but not studying is alot of work, if you waste too much time playing you'll end up delaying your task and delaying your goal much money wasted, people will look down you lower your self esteem, so if possible make studying a habit and go ahead of others, don't get me wrong I'm not scarying you I just know from personal experience but it's never too late to redeem yourself have faith and believe in yourself.

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