Watch the Test Day video. You’re at the halfway point, so take a little time to think about the actual day when you’re going to take the MCAT: both practical considerations and study considerations. You’ve come a long way, and you’ve still got a ways to go, but now that you’ve set up good habits in your first six weeks, studying and practicing will be less of a struggle and time will move more quickly for your second six weeks.
Read chem/phys: classes of molecules as described in week 1.
Read bio/biochem: human systems: reproductive, endocrine, respiratory, circulatory as described in week 1.
Read psych/soc: demographics, social inequality as described in week 1.
Read something challenging and not directly MCAT-related as described in week 1.
Complete 120 questions from the AAMC Question Packs as described in weeks 2 and 3.
Complete 25 questions from the AAMC Section Bank as described in week 5.