@moneyking - I'd try to do a full-length test each day for a week and see where that leaves you. If you're shooting for a "10" or roughly a 127, practice, practice, practice is key. Get your timing down. Don't spend much time at all reviewing the passages until your timing is perfect. Best of luck! @MedSurgeon - I'm so sorry that I'm just responding! Your question somehow just slipped through the cracks. Assuming you're still interested, I'll briefly respond here. Until your timing is down, I don't think it's worth your time to review your practice materials in any depth. This is because missing questions due to timing has a much larger impact on your section score than missing a few questions due to strategy. If you don't get to your last passage, you miss six questions. If your strategy is off for one particular type of question you maybe miss one or two. Keep on with your timing. Huge score flutucations are common for people whose timing is not 100%, because sometimes the passage is easy for you and you fly through. Then on hard ones, you spend a ton of time and get behind and miss them all. I'd recommend using the AAMC CARS pack roughly 3 to 4 weeks out from your test date. Best of luck and thanks for writing!