I remember (and hated) those days.
Don't worry so much about the UCC in contracts.
Later on, you'll probably take sales, which is an ENTIRE course dedicated just to article 2 of the UCC. Trying to memorize the entire thing, or even outline it is a waste of time this semester.
Go through your syllabus, look at which UCC sections are mentioned, and look at the major cases you studied that implicated a section of the UCC. List those ones in your outline and you'll be fine. If you can't figure out what they mean on their face, the UCC has some extensive notes which pretty much sum up most of the tests or case law without having to read the cases.
Also, ask a couple of 2Ls for their outlines and see which ones they put on.
The bottom line with contracts is that for the most part it emphasizes fairness and putting the aggreived party back to where they would have been before things went bad. If there are multiple tests, mention that in a majority of states the court sees this as X, the rest see this as Y.
Good luck, it eventually gets easier.