SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hey... so I'm currently signed up for the June 21st MCAT. This is going to be a retake. I took it about 3 years ago - and did poorly. I had no study plan at the time and a very busy schedule (Half-time job at Apple and a 22-credit semester load). I decided to focus on life - aka get married and enjoy married life with the darling hubby - and THEN study for the MCAT again. So, in the month of March - I studied Physics exclusively - reading TBR, EK, and TPRH. I did EK 1001 questions, TBR passages Phase 1 and 2, and several passages from TPRH workbook. I opted to study Physics exclusively because my husband, who is doing his phd in Aerospace, was home for the last month recovering from surgery and I figured while he's home - I'd have him help me out on stuff I don't understand. Now that I'm pretty much finished going over the content for Physics, I've come across a serious mental block. I open up TBR Chemistry and I can't focus at all. I took a break on Friday, thinking it was due to burn out, but no luck. I keep thinking that I'm missing something in the Physics and I keep going back and opening the physics book for some strange reason. I just can't move on and I'm getting scared because I have roughly 2 months until the exam and I haven't studied for the other subjects. I'm also freaking out because studying physics took me a whole month. I'm just as weak in Chemistry and Organic Chemistry as I was in Physics (if not more) so what if it takes me longer to complete it? So any ideas on how to pedal forward? I also wanted to add that I'm very anxious about this exam. I don't know why but sometimes, I'll just cry. The first two times I took the MCAT those 2-3 years ago - it really brought my spirits down. My friends and family attribute to my break down due to the fact that I had so much going on - a stressful job (working at Apple - believe it or not, is SUPER stressful!!!) and stressful school - (23 credits - all of which being upper level biology courses is VERY TOUGH!). Oh! And I forgot to mention that my broke up with my bf that the time when I was taking it too (he and I both were studying for it) and even though I made the decision, I still felt horribly about it and I couldn't study for the MCAT and even had to void one of the examinations. So now, when I start to study for the MCAT I begin to relive the stress I had and I start breaking down. That's why I originally chose to take a gap year after I graduated and I thought I'd be good to go but I just get really disheartened by this exam. I keep feeling like it's going to conquer me and that I'll never break a 10 in any of the sections or that I'll just end up studying the same stuff over and over again for months and months and months. I don't know what to do!