I feel I lucked out with my exams. CivPro was straight forward. Property will be hard (our professor is insane, in an awesome way, but it makes him tough), but it will at least be doable and an application of rules/principles, LegReg and Ks will be straightforward as well. Not much case memorization needed - just have to cite if its a major rule or you're making an argument from one of the cases.
You're doing it wrong. I'm fairly sure I did it wrong too.
Well, straightforward in that the rules you need to apply are pretty easy to identify, although they aren't always easy to apply.
Unlike, for example, covenants/equitable servitudes/easements and the running of the burden/benefit.