Dated: 15th November 2020 (Sunday)
I have been running the website for 33 months now! Almost 3 years!
So, here are some questions some of you have asked.
I always ask you to stick to the point when you message me here on WhatsApp. It saves your and my time plus keeps the conversation short and meaningful. Additionally, I keep the conversation only focused on WritingLaw, Law PDFs, and MCQ Tests.
But, sometimes, especially before or after buying, people tend to ask a few personal questions. As far as it is possible, I always reply. And in the essence of the festive season, I have listed them below.
1. Do you have PDFs and MCQs in Hindi?
No. Everything is in English only.
2. In Tamil?
3. In Kannada?
4. Where are you from?
I am from Bihar. I completed my law from Delhi.
5. Was it Delhi University (DU)?
6. Do you practice?
No. After completing law, I have been running WritingLaw.com. I do not go to court. That’s why I do not (and can not) reply even to some sad divorce questions a few people have asked here.
7. Do you have full subject-wise notes?
No. Notes are only on important topics.
8. Can you give me personal coaching? I will pay any amount you ask/ I will pay accordingly/ I will pay per hour.
Sadly, I can not.
9. Do you have a YouTube channel?
I do not.
10. Will you cheat after taking payment and not send the materials?
I won’t. I will send you everything you paid for. This is my full-time job, and I do it with the utmost care, honesty, and love.
11. Can we meet?
Sadly I can not. I am very personal. (Fun Fact: A year back, a person asked me to meet in Delhi. He was in the legal field. He said we could meet, and I can donate a big amount for WritingLaw. I politely declined. Also, I do not celebrate my birthday or hardly go to any other birthday or marriage, etc.)
12. Can you send me your picture? I want to see you.
No. (Experience: Two girls (I derived they are girls, from their WhatsApp names) asked me for my picture on WritingLaw WhatsApp. One in September 2018 and one in March 2020. After I declined, they said words like ‘fake’, ‘nonsense’, etc. It was a terrifying experience. Then I had to remove their numbers.)
13. Sir, do you like movies?
I used to. I still do. But I do not have time now.
My favourite movies are The Shawshank Redemption, The Great Gatsby (2013), The Dark Knight Trilogy (Batman), and all movies of Rajinikanth and Allu Arjun. (Fact: I like all South Indian movies!)
My favourite actors are Rajinikanth and Allu Arjun.
The movie I most recently watched is the Korean Oscar-winning movie Parasite. I watched it with English subtitles and found it to be amazing!
14. Can I publish my article on WritingLaw?
Sure. Please read the rules from the bottom of WritingLaw.
15. Can I help you with WritingLaw?
Sure. You can. But I am not in a position to pay you for your services. So, currently, the best way to help is by sharing the website name, quotes, etc., with your friends on WhatsApp or anywhere you like.
16. Can you make a study-routine for me?
I do not know your daily activity, how you live, how many people are there in your family, does your mother/father need your help while cooking, do you need to clean your house, do you have the job of feeding cows, dogs, bring water, bring groceries, how much time you spend on social media, when do you play outside, do you work, go to a court, are in an internship, how much time you can give to law, when do you sleep, when do you wake up, what are your college timings, how much time you give talking to your girlfriend/boyfriend/family/friends, etc.
So it is not possible for me to make your study-routine. However, there are some tips to study well that you can adopt. It is already on the website.
In short: Please give a few hours of fully focused time to study law. Do not stretch it unnecessarily. Do not let yourself get disturbed while studying. Put your phone on Do Not Disturb mode while you read the PDFs or take the MCQ Tests. (Do Not Disturb is different from Silent mode. In Do Not Disturb mode, you will see no notifications, etc.)
Give quality time to law. That’s it. Understand it first. Then you are golden!
Dated: 5th July 2020 (Sunday)
47% of the MCQ Test subscribers have already taken the test. If you have not appeared in it, kindly do so today.
A few contacted me saying they are ill and can not appear in it now. A few from Bihar said there is poor internet due to heavy continuous rains.
Please do not worry. You can take these tests any day in the near future. (Instead of hiding the tests and depriving everyone, I have chosen to remove the bad apple who shares his/her username and password. Until now, you all have been excellent.)
I also got to read the best, most encouraging, and appreciable comments from you all. It was very satisfactory for me.
For the last many many days, I was busy with the technical side of the website. I mean – what happens when a non-logged in user comes to the test page; what happens when you can not log in; where will you be taken after login, and so on. But now, everything seems worth it!
I try to make things easy. I even hid the logout button, so that you log in once and forget. You can take the next test without inputting the details again.
A few of you initially had doubts with question 69. It was corrected and addressed via personal message.
You all paid in advance. Some paid in early June and waited for almost a month for these tests. Thank you for your trust. I am humbled by it.
Next, there are more amazing plans, like:
- Subject wise tests (for IPC, CrPC, Family Laws, Constitution, and so on…)
- Forum to ask questions.
- Or, a clean WhatsApp group for discussions and doubts.
But for these, I need all of you (current subscribers) to stay subscribed for the next few months (August, September, October) too.
I also need to add at least 50 more subscribers for this plan to be financially feasible and viable. Working on it.
I would also like to thank my learned and superstar colleague due to which these tests and notes are possible.
For the last 8 months (and most likely forever in the future) we have been over 1000 kilometers apart.
Still, communicating over messages, calls, chats, and working till 2-3 AM in our respective cities to make questions, create PDFs, write notes, and make corrections, have been a tiring but satisfactory experience.
The questions in the test were moderate to tough. It was not easy. And future ones too will not be much different.
Till now, the highest score has not been above 80. (And besides junior and senior law students, the test was taken by advocates, law professors, and even a few higher chairs!)
One of my acquaintances said that, for the first test, you need to have easy questions so that everyone passes, scores good marks, and then in happiness subscribes for the next month too.
But, I decided not to. I am here to offer you excellent questions that will help you. I am not here to convert your state of deceived (tricked) happiness into a personal monetary benefit.
Finally, I would be sending the PDF for yesterday’s test today around 7.
And once again, thank you very much for your ongoing support, love, feedback, suggestions, donations, and more.
Overall, it was exhilarating for me yesterday. Thank you!