Wow! That's great! I only get about an hour a day with full-time work and 2 kids but I've been studying over a month. I rented the ATI manual from Barnes and Noble and read it cover to cover taking notes on tips and topics I needed to study. I have some study manuals for chemistry, A&P, and Micro that I'm using to brush up on my sciences. I'm comfortable with reading & language arts because I have a bachelor's in English and the material is familiar to me. My grades on sciences were all As except Physiology, which was a C: pregnancy, 8 units that semester, full-time work, and 5 hour commute to-from work each day took its toll. This test will be the decisive factor for me. If I don't get in due to how I score, I will have to take physiology again, reapply next semester, or apply to a different school. Good luck to you! I'm sure you will do well.