Okay, so i am thinking about bailing for April's MCAT. It seems as if i spend almost every available moment preparing for the exam, but with no avail. For those of you not familiar with my MCAT history, i have taken it 3 times. First 2: 19, third 22. My first run was just an experiment to see how hard it really was...and that was in 1997! (I know that is really bad). Anyway, i took the "hail mary" Kaplan session that crammed everything into 6 weeks prior to my last attempt. I did improve a little, but nothing significant. I am currently retaking the Kaplan course and plan to take the April MCAT. I am not feeling very confident. Although i really have been working my butt off, i have had some really big distractions in the past few weeks. As a matter of fact, i don't think i could ever get past a 25 or 26. If Dr. Foxy's prediction is correct between the MCAT/SAT correlation, i am dead in the water. I didn't even break a 900 on the SAT. My GRE's were pitiful. I can't take standardized tests to save my life! Can anyone help me because i am really wondering if this is ever going to happen for me. I have invested so much time and effort trying to get to my goal. For all of you that do well on standardized exams, how do you do it? PLEASE HELP ME!