Yes, there is a lot of work to be done outside the classroom/clinical setting. There are care plans
to do, as well as other assignments and normally a large amount of reading. For example, this week I had class Monday from 10am-3pm, Tuesday from 10am-5pm, Wednesday lab from 10-noon, Saturday clinicals from 7am-5:30pm. Within those classes I had a test Monday, test Tuesday, quiz Wednesday, an article review paper to write, 4 page clinical paper/care plan to write, 9 chapters to read/study for a test this coming Monday, 8 chapters of vocabulary words to compile and study for a test on Tuesday, 5 chapters to study for a quiz on Tuesday, 3 lectures and two labs to study for yet another test on Monday. This is not to say it can't be done. But I will say that my house cleaning is one of the last things on my list. You just need to be organized and tell yourself you can do it. Then you take one day at a time.
A couple of quarters ago, a gal in my class had her baby on a weekend and made it to finals the next week. She's doing great. So yes it can be done.
Good luck with whatever you decide.