They don't call it "boot camp" for nothing. Law school is just as much about testing your dedication as it is your intelligence. At the end of the semester, the highest grades go to those who put in the time and effort. From what I gather, the time crunch will consume upwards of 20% of the first-year class, and they'll be too swamped to keep up. You'll be reading about four or five hours a day, with more thrown in to brief and outline.
At least you realize your weaknesses, which means you're ready to deal with them.