Well that is the thing I think is a benefit of going to an on-campus school there are numerous books I have access to for free that have outlines, multiple choice questions on them. Gilberts, BarBri, Q & A those questions/outlines are very helpful.
There is also something called CaliLessons which I find extremely helpful to use. They give you a detailed lesson for each sub-topic in each subject. So for example in regards to contracts there is a whole interactive lesson regarding the statute of frauds, then parol evidence, numerous ones regarding consideration and offer/acceptance. I found those incredibly helpful and I got an A in contracts both times.
There is also a website that is free called ecasebriefs.com and you can get about 100 free multiple choice questions from it and they have pretty decent sample outlines.
I know a lot of students also signed up for BarBri and they have lots of interactive questions, but I didn't sign up for it yet.
You may already about all of that stuff, but I didn't until about halfway through first semester and they helped me tremendously.
My experience has been awesome so far and I love my school. I really think if you end up passing the California Bar there are opportunities out there it is a massive state and if you pass the bar here you will probably be able to find something somewhere regardless of where you went. There was just an article about a guy who never graduated from College let alone law school who passed the California Bar and has his own law firm.