Hello, I'm new to this forum. I've been on a bit of a hectic schedule where I've been traveling every two weeks for about a week at a time which has really disrupted my studying. I've postponed the test by 2 weeks the first time, 1 week the second, and an additional week for the third time. Now here I am, back from my travels...and the test is in 10 days (obviously I won't be studying on Day 10), so with nine days...is that enough time to cram all the information? I've taken a teaching reading class...which however helps minimally because there were just a few assignments, the course hardly met, and therefore there wasn't much learned. I have bad test anxiety, so now I'm not sure if this is even possible. I'm not sure what I'm looking for here, but I'm definitely afraid. I have the Zarrillo book and I'm renting the Case Studies book. What am I missing? Should I postpone the test another time to give myself an ample amount of time (solid two weeks)? Or should I study 4-5 hours a day in hopes of a success story? I know there is more that I could have done in the past, but I just need to look forward now.