Two weeks is not very much time for studying, especially if you did not get a desired score on the first test. Therefore, I would take as much time off as possible and spend as much of your off time as you can studying. Since your company is paying your fees, you should be able to explain to them that one hour of studying per night is not enough. Hopefully they understand your situation (and don't want their money to go to waste) so they give you some time off with no worries
I am not sure what your prep has been like, but if you haven't taken any practice tests, do so. Then figure out your weak areas and get those scores up. If you have any more quesitons, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Good luck!
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