After two months, you really need to time yourself on all the practice tests. You need to recognize the questions that you need to skip as taking too much or your time. You can mark them and come back. You need to start forcing yourself to only allot so much time to each question. Try Underlining and boxing. Put BOXES around all terms which have definitions and all names. That way, when a term or a certian person's view/background comes up in a question you do not have to hunt the paragraph for the definition. Your eye goes to the boxes. UNDERLINE all phrases that you think might be relevant later on. This includes paragraph and passage thesis statements as well as the author's viewpoint, among others. What you underline is based on your experience taking practice tests and figuring out what you will most likely be asked later.
One danger with both of the above is doing too much marking. If you do too much, the markings become worthless, so you will need to practice balancing having the right amount of reference notes/marks.
It really doesn't change that much so those should be fine. The main thing is to practice under timed conditions. If you are not careful you will get hung up on one question and waste all of your time. If you are looking for something else, get PowerScore.
I agree that commercial outlines and to some extent commercial case briefs are a waste of money. You will have access to West and Lexis. Your time right now could be best spent taking the tutorials on how to use those sites. There are links to them at