Hi @kelseyarch87 ,
If you feel comfortable testing in December and that’s what you already have plans for I would stick with it!
If you feel like you just don’t have the motivation you need and aren’t making progress, then I would suggest moving them forward to put more pressure on yourself. I would also push up your testing date if you are the kind of person who gets really anxious before exams. Testing can be kind of like a band-aid in that it’s better just to get it over with. If the wait is going to cause you a lot of stress it might be best to jump right in and take them sooner rather than to let that anxiety build up over the next 6 months.
I know back in the day, our highest level subscription included a study guide broken down day by day. @monicafitzpatrick can you please clarify if this is still the case?
I’m a little biased since I am one of the PjM Workshop instructors, but we have had a lot of great feedback on the program and have heard people have found them very helpful! If you’re the kind of person who learns by talking through things and actively working through problems as a group I think the workshops might benefit you.
Hope this helps!