Get the Schweser notes. I’m also studying for June 2015 but from what everyone says, the curriculum is very wordy and tedious to get through. Schweser gets right to the point and gives you everything you need to pass except for ethics. Go back to the curriculum for ethics studying.
I agree, get the Schweser notes. I’ve heard from a lot of people that they’re handsdown the best way to study. However, it also depends how you study. I can’t continually re-read a lot of dense text and hope that I’ll learn it, I need a few different resources and I like them to get to the point. So with Kaplan I have their books, quick notes, flashcards, etc and I learn much faster and actually enjoy it (as much as anyone can enjoy studying). However, I do also read the CFA books but after I’m comfortable with the Schweser material just to make sure they didn’t miss anything and for more rationale because I learn best when I can reason through something rather than just memorize something.
I did the math once, and concluded that Shwesser notes have about 45% or 50% of the number of words, compared to the official notes. If it takes you 3 months to work your way through the Shwesser notes, it may take you 6 months to finish the CFAI books.