You should really be on a 4x week workout schedule. Three days a week is just not aggressive enough.
Incoming 1L planning my schedule for the fall sem. Read every guide on here plus PLS, LSC, etc. Trying to solidify my game plan. School is a t6 with ungraded LRW so that's why I'm not allocating too much time for LRW in my schedule. Also no reading week. Any and all feedback would be greatly appreciated. TLS has been an amazing resource.
M-Th: Supplement and hypo work, make sure class outline for each substantive class is fully up to date- allocating ~1hr per class per day for this (Fiver and LSC recommendation). Spend time in between class reviewing supplements, hornbooks, and commercial outlines. Meet with study partner(s) exclusively for hypo work NOT to split outlines or review cases (Arrow, PLS). Review LEEWS style mini brief of case before every class but don't sweat cold calls. Complete any LRW assignments. Attend office hours to clarify BLL and glean exam style/format tips (Xeoh). Try and find good outlines from 2/3Ls to follow along in class and supplement home built outline (Arrow).
F-Sun: Complete all assigned reading for the upcoming week, through the following Friday. Read commercial outline before cases, then read cases and mini brief via LEEWS system. (Jaycutler). Type up mini briefs, vs hard copy, to try and boost WPM from current 95 to 120 before December.
Exam Prep: Read GTM 4x throughout semester to really internalize concepts of forks in facts, forks in law, and policy analysis (Scribe). Read once thus far aloud and put my recording on podcast --> iTunes because I'm an auditory learner. Will do LEEWS audio program this weekend and read Delaney's two books next week before orientation. Start practice exams 6 weeks out. Keep condensing master outline into attack outlines --> 1 page check list until the BLL is cold and everything is memorized. Type up BLL over and over to memorize further and up typing WPM (Arrow, maybe Tallon?).
Other: Study 9am to 10pm, 7 days a week (Xeoh, MsCarn). Track productivity in Excel; 50 min on, 10 min off. Lift heavy 3 days a week (Split legs-chest-back) plus two days of 45 min low intensity cardio; take 175g protein a day; get 7 hours sleep (BB Forum - Misc). Don't volunteer in class unless you have a question but never offer unsolicited opinion (general TLS).
Any feedback or advice is very much appreciated guys. I know its kind of ambitious but im ready to go as hard as I can for 16 weeks. Ty very much in advance!!