Hey guys, I am going to be a senior next year, i've already decided to take a year off before med school therefore i have planned to submit my primaries the month after my graduation. I have been hesitant in taking the MCAT (pushed date back twice) this last semester due to a pretty busy course schedule (biochem, physics 2, advanced microecon, GABA receptor research, and my bastard of a gf). I want to take the mcat august 15th so i can enjoy my senior year and essentially drink it away in happiness. I've gone through most of the EK complete study package materials and my background in bio is rock-solid (All the principles of bio classes, general physiology, and biochemistry). I am enrolled in a kaplan course starting the 8th and i've already taken a practice mcat or two (27's). I plan to take a FL AAMC every sunday and spend the week breaking down each section until the actual exam. That way, I can get all 8 exams done and reviewed thoroughly before tacklin the beast. Any advice as to whether this is a good idea. It's safe to say that im understanding the mcat now more than ever for what it is. I'm not even afraid anymore, rather I look at it as a challenge I can master. So the FL's every week a good idea? any other suggestions to complement the kaplan classroom course? Thanks, highly appreciated.