Big change I made was a bit of a "cheat"--I wrote down a list of 10-15 physics/chem equations that I'm going to use when I sit for the exam. Essentially: I'm going to optimize the equation list during my practice, then memorize before the exam. During the pre-exam tutorial time (10 min) I'm going to write the equations down from memory onto my scratch paper (I was told this is possible and allowed). Then for the CP section, you have a list of the high-yield equations right in front of you, so as soon as you see a relevant question, you don't have to search your brain for the equation and write it down. Also for me my strengths are chemistry and biochem, and it seemed like AAMC FL1 had lots of easy biochem. Like several questions just testing simple properties of amino acids. I'm in 17 credits this semester so I haven't had a lot of time for directed content review, however my classes and lab volunteering are all related to MCAT-type material.