I started studying for MCAT using Kaplan in November. Due to COVID, I had to reschedule my exam from April to end of June. I had been doing a full content review up until end of march, then things started getting cancelled and my study plans slowed down because I wasn't sure when my test date would actually be. I definitely regret not studying more while this whole situation unfolded, but that discussion could take up a whole other thread. Anyway, Back in November, I took my first AAMC FL (FL #1) and scored a 504. I was pretty happy with this, as I hadn't started my studying yet and it had been several years since I took most of the prereqs. Fast forward to ~February, I take the Kaplan FL #1 and score a 496. I know these scores are deflated, but I expected a lot better given the number of months I had spent doing content review and some practice. I just retook AAMC FL#2, and I scored a 504 again. I haven't studied in a solid 2 months, but I still expected that I should have done somewhat better than my baseline. Now my exam is in 3 weeks, and I feel like I don't know where to go from here in terms of changing my study plan and/or postponing my exam. I'm assuming that a 504 isn't a sufficient score on the real exam to get me into most schools. I am applying for 2021 cycle. Any advice on study plans, postponement, and anything else?