Hi everyone, I'm currently a senior chem major at my University and have applied to pharmacy school in october. I also took my pcat oct 2017 in the middle of my semester. However, I took about 4 practice exams and bought the Kaplan book. I didn't score high on the practice exams, however, every time I took the test my score drastically improved. My last practice exam I scored in the high 50th percentile, so I just assumed if I kept studying the way I was, on the actual test I'd score in the 60th. On the day of the test, every section I have about 10-15 mins of extra time to go back over my answers. Which is why I believe my timing on the test was great. Last week I found out that I need to retake the Pcat for my dream school and I have 5 weeks to prepare. I honestly don't know how to study for this test and do better. I've been spending about 1-2 hours everyday since the day I found out going through sections in Kaplan but I don't feel like I'm retaining any information. I won't lie and say I'm the greatest at taking standardized tests, however, I am far from a horrible student. I do not believe I get test anxiety and I believe I spaced my time out pretty well the first time on the pcat. However, my score was below the 40th percentile. My GPA is about 3.2 but I have a lot of experience in the field working as a technician in the states as well as abroad. My question is how can I improve my score? What else could I be doing better?