Salve, I will be taking the MCAT during the Summer of 2016. I have been informed by various sources that I should develop a 200-300 hour study agenda, 3 months prior to taking the test. Seems reasonable; however, I think that it'd be more effective if I were to plan out a 1000 hour, year-long study course. After balanced calculations, it'd result in a 52 week program; consisting of 3.85 study hours per day for 5 days out of each week. I'd, of course, set-up an accumulative evaluation for the remaining 3 months prior to the MCAT. Would you agree that this an authentic conception? Or am I being too pessimistic? I just want to assure myself that I will produce a 40+ score... Ciao.