It took me three tries to pass REG. My failure wasn't due to "too much information" or anything else, but rather not studying everything and not being productive.
For my last try, I supplemented Wiley testbank with Becker. I didn't bother watching all the videos again (only watched couple which I couldn't understand just by reading). I read the Becker book at least twice, and did all its MCQs/SIMs 3-4 times. I kept going back and did progress tests to make sure I wasn't forgetting old information. Then, I did all tax related SIM/MCQs in Wiley testbank and it was very beneficial. I also read Ninja notes for few topics that I couldn't understand in Becker.
Basically, study like it's your first time, and don't skip anything. I would skip watching the lectures again and focus on reading the book and doing MCQs until you get tired of them...then do some more:) Don't underestimate law, and study it just as much as you would study tax (even though you were stronger in law).
Seeing your other scores, I'm pretty sure you'll pass it next time, Good Luck!
REG: 71, 72, 92 (Becker, Wiley Testbank & bit of Ninja notes),
FAR: 79 (Becker & Ninja audio. Audio was a lifesaver),
BEC: 83 (Becker & Ninja audio),
Failed exams were due to skipping materials and not taking these exams seriously. Passing scores due to reading the book twice, understanding concepts, working MCQs/SIMs multiple times, NINJA audio (FAR & BEC).