For Exam Prep Only. - Wrtten by writers of 6 published bar essays Think of exams as factual disputes to be argued between the parties rather than quick legal conclusions to be reached one way or another. It is the application of argument to fact that gets points not the 'correct' outcome as that varies from jury to jury even on the same exact facts. All passers know how to patiently apply arguments to facts - the zunkies who fail over and over think our job is simply to show whether P wins or does not.
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