Hi, I'm scheduled to take the MCAT on May 31st but planning on rescheduling to June 15th. I took a Kaplan course beginning late January but I never got caught up with readings due to work and school. So basically, I haven't even finished content yet. Below is my plan for the next seven weeks, please let me know what you think and let me know whether it is realistic enough: -2 AAMC tests/wk (Tues. and Saturdays) after school ends in two weeks. (this will allow me to take all 8 AAMC practice tests within the given timeframe) -Review practice test answers on Weds. and Sundays -Complete 2 Kaplan lecture reading materials/wk (i.e., BIO I, II, III; CHEM I, II, III, etc.) They are about 3-4 chapters long each, but I've read some of it already. This will allow me to finish content in 5 weeks. I'm just finishing up on my orgo II class and studying for the ACS comprehensive final so the ochem part of the review is taken cared of. -Supplement with Examcrackers books as necessary (I switch back and forth between Kaplan and EK books, depending on the topic). -The last two weeks prior to the MCAT, continue doing practice problems (Kaplan online material, EK 30-minute lecture exams, etc.) and focusing on weak areas. I will only be working 20 hrs/wk in May and maybe 30 hrs/wk in June so I will have about 8hrs/day to study in May (1:30-9:30 pm daily, except Thursdays, which will be my "short" days). Please give me your input/suggestions. I'm trying to avoid pushing the MCAT back to July just because I am worried about my application not being complete until mid-August, when the MCAT scores come in. Thanks again!