My strategy was to do every Becker Lecture, every MC/SIM problem for each lecture section as you go along until you get them all right (just redoing the ones you got wrong), then did all 3 Mock exams, and read the Becker final reviewbook. I tried to not cut any corners and it worked for me. I worked full time while doing the exams, so sacrificed many lunches and many weekends/nights studying, but if you want it bad enough you will make it happen! A great support system is definitely helpful as it seems like a long time, but you'll have it done before you know it. You can and will do this! Best of luck!
I posted here about a year ago after I got my first scores so now here they are all together, in the order I took them; Becker definitely beats you down in the interest of not allowing overconfidence, but you shouldn't rely on this boost either. Just can provide a little relief if your practice test scores are surprisingly low.
BEC Mocks: 56, 52, 74
BEC Actual: 90 (July 2019)
FAR Mocks: 64, 64, 75
FAR Actual: 78 (October 2019)