Still have to train to maintain focus as the slightest mental or physical distraction really throws me off.
The Bach "Duetto" is good if I cut the speed down (I think I can play this at a slower speed yet still retain it's buoyancy). Still have to ensure that I produce sufficient dynamics along the way- this is what I have a few weeks to polish up.
The Beethoven Sonata no.1 (first movement), I'm definitely happier with and think it's come a long way. My only concern is that I'll freeze at a certain section that I previously had given little thought to...all of a sudden what usually is played without a hitch, becomes a hindrance. I will have to ensure that I familiarise myself with all the "bite size" sections so ultimately I can play from memory.
The Chopin "Nocturne" in F minor is good and apart from nerves should pose no problem. Restraint at the coda should be adhered to, lest the speed runs away from me.
Albeniz's "Tango" is a good one to finish off on- I can play this well, so again we'll see how nerves will affect the overall performance. Try not to play this too fast but instead concentrate on the musicality.
Then there are the extras, technical work, aural, sight reading and general knowledge. Should touch up on general knowledge notes I bought from Ross Hamilton (www.rosshamilton.com.au)... Very thorough and worthwhile for any piano student!