Melkaba wrote:My current musing: Personally, I never would have thought that studying 5-6 (maybe 7 on a good day) hours every day (including weekends) would be too little studying for anything ever. Now I feel guilty and/or a slacker when talking to students who study 12 hours straight on each weekend days and/or stay up to 1 AM studying after class. Hell, I feel guilty enough that I try to take an hour/hour and a half for video-gaming/me-time/trying to clutch onto what little life I have each day when I can. I also talked to some people who already started working on their outline (and one person's was about 20 pages already).
Do you understand the material? If someone asked you a question about adverse possession could you name the elements and apply them? If so you get it move on. Don't let people scare you. It usually only takes me 30 mins. or so to read through a 3 page case and brief it. I have yet to miss an essential issue of a case in my briefs/notes. I'm not going to spend more time than I have to doing something I already understand.