So it's taking me basically every living second of my day (waking up at 8 and going to bed at 1) just to get all of my reading/writing assignments done on time. I've been using the weekends to work on my outlines and review a little, however i'm really concerned that i'm spending "too" much time in the casebook and not enough reviewing/with supplements.
I've been formally briefing every case which consumes the vast majority of my time, but i'm just not entirely confident this is the best use of my time. I find myself forgetting concepts we covered and am seriously worried if i continue on this path i might not be in game shape for exams. What am i doing wrong/what should I change now to make sure i'm in the best possibile position to excel come exam time? Thanks....
We had a guy like that at our school last year. He ended up dropping out. Don't kill yourself. Work smarter, not harder. 2Ls will give you their outlines... there is a start for you.
None of this stuff (case briefs, etc) matter much. All that matters is that, come exam day, you have a reasonably good outline to either work with during the exam (if allowed), or study from prior to it. You won't remember half the stuff the prof. says in class, don't worry about it.