I'm done with all my classes for my first year! It's not necessarily such an overwhelming feeling. But it does make me feel good to know that my life is in my own hands for a while and I have a chance to prepare how I like and then show what I know on the exam. I think classes are a good bit less significant than they're made out to be before you start law school. And the "gunner" thing definitely didn't come to fruition, at least in my opinion. I wish I had raised my hand more when I had something to say. I found myself participating much less the second semester than the first, or at least it seemed that way.
My strategy is to do some CALI lessons right now, then get my Property outline in working order. I can't use it for the exam, but I'd like it to be useful for studying for myself and others. The next phase is to copy all the old exams and work through them as if they were real.