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I would assume it has to do with how much time you have to dedicate. I studied for two months, but wasn't working or in school at the time. I felt pretty tip top going in. So the answer is absolutely yes if you aren't busy with other stuff.
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four months is more than enough. thats 16 weeks, 32 PT's if you do 2 a week. Hell even if you skip a couple weeks you'll be atleast getting 20 in. Just have to use your time effectively - 4 months of ineffective studying is not as good as 2 months of effective.
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JDHopeful wrote:Thanks for the advice!
Also, as a point of reference, I work 40 hours per week (I graduated undergrad this past summer).
I've been trying to study 3-4 hours per night, with 5+ hours per day on the weekends...
This should be more than enough if you're studying that much since that's about 25 hours/week. Be aware that different people need different amounts of time so try to figure out a goal in terms of how much material you want to go through, and if 4 months is sufficient for that, then you should be fine.
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