FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU*#!!! Today was my first attempt and I felt I was pretty well prepared: 1. Read book 22 chapters 2. Took all exams (13) 3. Took notes 4. Went to class, one week 4 days 8 hours per day 5. Did more of 1, 2, and 3 This whole process was over a month, I feel I may have taken too long or gotten slightly burned out on the material. I've got to wait 30 days before I can take it again, I'll need to pay for a retest I sure. Right now I'm more caught in the moment, but I'm looking forward to reviewing any and all material to get me passed this thing. I have some concerns though: i. What if I score poorer the second time around? That is, what if the material I review isn't what I should be reviewing. I did receive a sheet going over the sections of the exams and my percentages on each. The system I have in mind is to review the weaker sections first and move on from there. ii. How do I pace myself? Will I get burned out on the studying/reviewing? Like I said I read the entire book along with taking the exams. Anyone have any ideas that may have failed it the first time around but nailed it on #2? What did you work on and/or what system did you use on your 30 day month of shame/review. Give me your worst!