Hey ya'll, I am taking the MCAT in two weeks [gasp, it's getting close]. But I have hit the wall, and am burnt out like none other. And I have tried taking a couple days off...then I'll get maybe a couple days of quality studying in and be spent/toast/dead/frustrated again. And I've tried making myself plow on through and sucking it up...but my scores reflect the fact that I really don't want to be doing this anymore so that is not going to be getting me anywhere. So, now I'm really starting to freak out because yes I have been working steadily for the past few months, but now it is time to practice practice practice and pull it all together and I can't seem to make myself do it! And I'm not where'd I'd like to be yet (close but not quite, so the confident "I CAN do this feeling" has not hit me yet), so I know I have a lot of work left to do, but I'm so burned out I cannot focus for the life of me. And I know the psycho pre-med in me can MAKE myself study and practice for the next two weeks, but like I said that isn't really doing me any good either because my scores are reflecting my burn out and lack of concentration. So, my question to you all is if any of you experienced this while preparing for the MCAT, and if so, how you overcame it those last few weeks, and if you have any inspirational stories to share of improving a lot day of or doing well despite your burn out (or anything that might give hope to the scared little MCATers out there). Thank you so much.