Thanks for the congrats. Here is the advice from the D-Student:
1) 120 days before the exam, focus strictly on the MBE's (multiple choice). I met more people who nailed the essays and failed the MBE's.
2) Get to the point of where you can do 100 MBE's a day.
3) I would, seriously, do over 2,500 practice MBE's--PMBR, Flemings, ncbex.org, etc. Used copies are cheap at amazon.com
4) Don't drink alcohol or eat sugar 120 days before the exam.
5) Get your hotel room right across the street and make sure it has a refrigerator.
6) Buy a huge lunch and put it in the refrigerator--like more than you ever thought you could possibly eat in a dream.
7) Don't talk to other students during the lunch break--they will freak you out about how they answered the Essays differently, and it will break your confidence for the MBE's.
Go to a health food store and buy mental supplements. My favorite is SharpMind--but if you go to a good store and ask them what's good for a test, they will give you a lot of options.
Anyway, good luck and since you are logging on to boards like this and open to new ideas, you will probably pass!
And even if you don't you have three chances before you lose time credit, and unlimited chances if you just keep taking it.
My main point is don't give up!!
I met an attorney who passed the California Bar and had been practicing since 1982, and he "audited" the Baby Bar for practice for the New Jersey bar--the Baby Bar is notorious nationwide for its toughness, so don't think it is any reflection on anything if you don't pass the first time--just immediately start studying for the next one!!
And sorry I took so long to answer--this board is kinda slow so I don't check it much.