Yep, that's exactly the Saunders book I meant.
It's tough because they expect a lot of you. And it's hard to know what to study and how to study. You need to know the content and then be able to apply it. The tests are nerve wracking. There really are not a lot of tests, but that makes it worse in my opinion. If you do poorly on a test it's really hard to make it back up. Also tests are all that make up your "theory" grade. So if you aren't a good test taker you are constantly worried if you are going to make it. Clinical grades are comprised of papers, clinical, assignments, validations, etc. Most of the time almost everyone gets an A in clinical, sometimes maybe a B. If you work hard you'll be fine. It's kinda hard to explain how it is hard, you will understand though quickly into first semester.