I empathize with all the people who work full time and take PS. I don't work and thought it would be a breeze to stay on top of things and put in the numerous hours of study required. WRONG!!!! One other non-working student in my class found the same thing. My class was Sun and Thursday. The Sun HW wasn't much of a problem, the Thursday homework seemed to be almost impossible to finish.
The homework is extensive and exhaustive. Right in the beginning of the course, the book states that doing the homework is crucial to doing well, it also candidly admits that most people may not be able to. It gives a suggested study plan for those who can't do it all, to get as much benefit as possible for them.
My iniital diagnostic was a embarrasing 143, my final was a 164. I cancelled my June score because I was not well the day of the test and bombed the RC which is my strongest area.
Powerscore is challenging and intense, but believe me the results are well worth it.
My PS instructor told us NOT to approach this as a marathon, but as sprints. He recommended doing 45 to 50 minutes at a time and taking a break as opposed to cramming 3 or 4 hours a day on it. It may be easier to find scattered areas of time here and there, than to carve out a chunk of time at once. I found that to be helpful in between housework, running erranfs, and helping to care for an elderly mother. I put in 5 to 6 hours a day, in several mini-study periods throughtout the day.
Good luck to all, hang in there, keep your eye on the PRIZE, Admission to the law school of your dreams.