We don't currently have a 60 day daily schedule, however there are a few things you could do:
1. Follow our 2 month, weekly schedule, found here. While this schedule does not give you daily instructions (only weekly), it still covers all the necessary concepts, and is designed for 8 weeks of study.
2. Modify one of the 90 day schedules—to do this, you'll need to cover 3 weeks of the schedule for every 2 weeks you have to study. This sounds a little complicated, but it's really not, if you first visualize your new schedule on paper. For example, you could do the following:
- Do "double days" every other week: for one week, cover 2 days of schedule for each day of your studying. Then, the next week, follow the schedule as normal. (Your week 1 = Weeks 1 and 2 of the study plan, Your week 2 = Week 3 of the study plan, Your Week 3 = Weeks 4 and 5 of the study plan, and so on). Since the original plan only requires about 1-2 hours of studying a day, this is definitely doable.
3. Much easier than the above, you could also just follow our one month plan and take 2 days for every one day on the study plan. This will definitely still allow you to cover all of the topics you'll see on the exam. :) And since the 30 day plan require about 3-4 hours of studying a day, if you spread this out over 2 months, you'll still be studying about 2 hours a day.