SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) I'm eager to hear how other people have/are planning to integrate DIT into their study schedule. Here's my quandry: 6 weeks to study following comprehensive finals the first week of May. I hate to say it, (and sometimes wonder if I'm not alone) but I haven't gotten even 1/10th of the boards studying done that I had intended at this point. By the time I start my dedicated study period, I'll only have gone through about 70% of FA on a first pass and maybe 500 QBank questions. (Sigh....it's kind of painful for me to see this in print!) Anyway, I signed up for DIT thinking it would be the kick in the ass I need to jumpstart my studying. My question is, given that I've done not-too-much at this point and will be making my great strides over the 6 weeks, would it be best to 1) do the class for the first two weeks so as to have a complete first-pass and go from there, or 2) cover everything first on my own and do DIT as a 2nd or 3rd pass, or 3) not do DIT at all and go with something more 'Taus-y' for the whole time? Shooting for 240+. I was excited about DIT until someone posted a sample video the other day; now I'm not too sure. But I'm inclined to give it a fair shot based on the mostly positive feedback...and cognitive dissonance. Thanks for reading. Recap: Is DIT better as a first or 2nd pass? Any and all advice appreaciated. Edit: From what I've read on here, it sounds like he pretty much dictates to you a lot of HY annotations-->FA. This was one of the reasons I was thinking it might not be bad as a first pass. Maybe someone who's taken it can comment on this?