Yeah, that's a fair point, at least this far from the test. A lot of the other study thread is with people just getting started, so the needs are definitely different.
I was meaning to ask you retakers, what do you think a good strategy is for studying? I only exhausted PTs 52-61, so I have the newest ones still able to take and of course all the old ones. I was thinking of doing the following (starting ~July 16th when I can afford to purchase new study materials).
Go through the Manhattan Guides concurrently (as in, read one chapter in LR, then one in LG, then one in RC) and drill those types with Cambridge bundles. Probably go through the Bibles a bit too, although since I already went through those and Manhattan sems well respected, I'll spend more time with Manhattan. Do this until probably middle-late August.
Starting in late August begin PTing again at about 2 a week, using 39-51 until about ten days before the test, reviewing each test to the max. Also analyze the type of questions I'm getting wrong and refresh/redrill from the guides as necessary.
Last ten days: The last PTs with relentless review. Take the day off before the test and then test day, knock this bitch out of the park.
How does this sound?
Personally, I'm going to take more than a day off before the test. I drilled until Saturday and was still brain dead on Monday.
So I'll stop on Tuesday or so.
Manhattan LR is what I'm focusing on this time around, as well as obsessive drilling. RC and LG will be a bit neglected in my plan, but only because LR is what I need to tackle.
I'd still go over 52-61 just for the hell of it, I prefer the newer stuff for studying.