... just go back and look at the corresponding post for the July exam. That is, it's 38 days until the exam and I'm on a similar track.
The only difference is my state of mind. Instead of being anxious, I'm angry. Mostly at myself. And I'm more determined.
I don't like to repeat myself (much) and there's not much to say this time that I didn't say last time. I'm at about 85% on the MBEs so far (which translated to a 64% on the actual exam), so I'm not taking any comfort at all in that number. I know it doesn't correlate.
I'm doing better on the PTs, which is encouraging but expected because I neglected them last time. And I'm developing my skeleton approaches for the essays so I can outline quickly and thoroughly.
So, really, there's not much to say that hasn't already been said. I'm ignoring the news and I don't watch much TV. But it's tough ignoring the Lakers right now!
I've enlisted the aid of a different prep program but I'm not going to talk about it because I haven't yet figured out if it's going to be any different than anyone else's program. To get through this exam, one has to be self-motivated. And if you are, then one program is as good as the next. You just have to commit to it, put on the blinders, and slavishly follow the schedule.
To be sure, the programs that have survived in this marketplace for the longest have been thoroughly vetted and will serve you well if you commit to them. A big challenge for me last time was trusting my future to one way of thinking. But I realize that now, and my results should reflect that in May (knocking ...)