Hello everyone, thanks for checking in. Here is a brief synopsis, I took the DAT last year and I did minimal studying meaning I only did practice questions and perused each topic before taking the actual exam. This was because I was stressed out from working 40+ hrs a week in a busy ER. With that I was able to pull off an average of about 17 in each section, I applied to Dental Schools got interviewed but waitlisted. So now I plan on retaking DAT this time I have approximately 2 months (free) to study. I plan on studying 16hrs/day focusing on one section at a time. So I will study sections in this EXACT order: (1) Diagnostic Exam first then Study: QR>GChem>OChem>Biology>RC>PAT 16hrs/week day, review on Saturdays & Sundays all covered material during the week. I should be done studying all topics by a month and half then I will take practice exams from Top Score, and Kaplan individual tests then go through all problems in DAT Destroyer leading directly up to the exam. Question is, do you think this strategy will be sufficient? Should I focus on doing more than one topic at a time? Should I study less hrs per day? Please give me ANY critique and advise from your experience thank you.