So, I registered for the Cicerone exam... two weeks in advance. There have been a few threads on the topic of studying for the exam, most of which recommend months of preparation and careful studying and tasting your way through the entire BJCP style catalog. Obviously, that's not gonna happen. I've got a fair bit of knowledge already - I have no worries about draft systems, and I've committed myself to drinking nothing but BJCP commercial examples for the next two weeks to better familiarize myself with the few styles (mostly English/Scottish) that I'm not already super comfortable identifying blind. I've also been all-grain brewing for some time, so I feel 100% solid on the brewing process. So my question for those of you who have taken the exam (especially if you've taken it recently) is this - where should I be focusing my efforts given such a short timeframe? What tasting exercises did you find particularly helpful? (And so on.) Also, if anyone in the DC area is interested, I'm putting together an off-flavor tasting the night before this exam.