Just follow the Barbri schedule. In the afternoon, you should be making notes, mnemonics, and doing the required homework. It doesn't have a schedule that leads all the way up until the exam because different people need to focus on different topics. Do the practice exams, work lots of MBE questions, figure out which topics you're weak in, and allot more time for that topic after the lectures end.
Don't freak out about the exam and don't do more work than Barbri tells you to do. I recently passed an exam in a "hard state" -- while working -- with flying colors. Barbri taught me everything I needed to know. The bar exam is truly a test of minimum competency. People fail it because they are either (1) dumb as a brick, (2) scared / not confident, and/or (3) don't care / lazy.