FeelTheHeat wrote:Idk? Got about 10 productive hours in a day...only 3 substantive classes, and the only truly long readings are ConLaw. I review my notes from them before each class. I also don't meticulously read the cases. They provide a good background for what we are learning and I take basic facts, reasoning, and the rule out of them so I can analogize/distinguish on the test if I need to. Gives me plenty of time to read supplements/outline during the week for the rest of the semester.
I envy you. I can't do reading for 10 hours straight. I understand how you can, but I just can't concentrate for that long.
I have a focusing problem. I've started making notches on my hand for every time I get distracted and go on TLS/twitter to hold myself accountable.
CivPro usually takes around 2 hours. ConLaw about double that (takes a lot of coffee lol). Property is just fucking weird because our professor teaches the law according to him, doesn't care about the cases, and I learn EVERYTHING in class. He is an excellent teacher. I couldn't have done it last semester, four substantive classes were too many.