I need some advice...Please? I really need all the help I can. (I really, really wish the best of luck for those studying for the August MCAT!) I have the following material but don't know how to proceed for the January MCAT (may be the April MCAT... hopefully not though). Generous, very generous and supportive friends gave me the following: Princeton Review Science Workbook, its Physical Sicences and Biological Sicences Review Books, its In-class Compendium; ExamKrackers 5th edition, all the 1001 books, EK Verbal 101; Novas Physics; all the Kaplan review books, topicals, and subject tests, and its lesson book; AAMC 5, 6, 7. After browsing this forum for a long time, I came up with a bit of a studying plan. Please comment. (My background: I am a rather slow learner; I tend to forget material very quickly. I have not touched the sciences for a long time. I took a Kaplan Full Length 1 (PS 5; V 7; B 9) recently. I think I just got lucky on the Biology section. Physics and Chemistry sections look like they are foreign languages.) Plan: 1.Content Review 2. Practice Content Review (Taking 2 days per science chapter w/ practice problems): Physics: Nova (I heard that this book is good for people who dont remember much physics?). Do the accompanying problems. Chemistry: Princeton Review. Practice with PR Workbook. Verbal: A verbal test every week using EK 101 Verbal? Review using the strategies given in EK verbal text? Biology: Dont know what to use! Perhaps EK Biology with EK Biology 101? Or is PR with PR workbook better? Or EK Biology with PR workbook?... Organic Chemistry: Dont know what to use either!! Should I try incorporating the EK 1001 books during the content review?? Practice: After content review, practice with Kaplan subject tests and then topicals. Then do the Kaplan and AAMC Full lengths. Sorry about the long post. I have so much material but am really lost on how to go about studying. For those who have taken the MCAT or are taking the MCAT, please help!!!