9:00 -- wake up.
9:45 -- first class, usually Contracts. Ignore almost everything my professor says. Write down the BLL. Think about what he might test on the exam.
11:05 -- ignore everything my Crim prof says. Think about what motivates my prof to have such odd facial hair.
12:00 -- lunch, eat lunch, maybe review a case or two for the afternoon. Buy a giant cookie to make myself feel better about the economy.
1:30 - 3:50 -- classes. Public International is fun. CivPro II is boring. Think about how Personal Jurisdiction may be tested on the exam. (Reasonable? Minimum Contacts?)
3:50 - 5:00 -- waste time on the internet, talk to friends in the Green Lounge, eat a peach.
5:00 - 7:00 -- maybe start looking at some cases.
8:00 -- get back from dinner, look at the cases again. Decide whether I want to bother reading them, or ignore the assignment and look at old practice exams instead. Print out a case brief in case I get called on.
9:00 -- waste time. Deliberate whether I want to go waste the time of my friend, SplorkyFish. SplorkyFish is wasting time by watching baseball. I ask him about the Twins.
10:00 -- look at old exams. Worry about not doing much better than median. Meet a giant fish, @#!* its brains out.
11:00 -- waste more time on the Internet. Text my hipster friend and ask her about Mike Nichols' films.
12:00 -- watch Office Space on Hulu, play my guitar.
1:00 -- read Truman Capote, or some other light fiction. Think about attempt and 5.01 in terms of the early scenes in which the ex-cons buy rope at the variety store. (Could they still assert abandonment?) Fall asleep. Dream about buying a pet turtle.
And my grades are good, but not amazing, so YMMV.