I was wondering if anyone could give insight on the best ways to learn the rules and exceptions in Evidence (particularly character stuff--404 and 405). I've still got 2 weeks until my exam but I'm struggling with practice problems, etc. Any advice or pointers would be appreciated. Thanks!
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advisory committee notes are a useful. I find the supplement less useful for evidence than other subjects, but still worth a read if you are struggling. Most importantly, do as many hypos (MC to begin with, then essay) as you can possibly find. Hypos are the best way to learn evidence, IMO.
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