Read the book again
I am also a student. It's good you read the book and took notes- If you notice at the end of the book, David says to read it again and it will seem like a new book.
I took this advice and am noticing a lot of details I didn't see before, and applying a lot of ideas to new areas of study and home. For example I just re-read the project planning material, and now I am going to think of each course as its own project- not just from the perspective of
"what do I have to do to get a good mark?"- but also "what do I have to do to satisfy myself that this will have been worth the time/money/energy?"- what are my purposes, successful outcome visions, project plans, actionable items?
Thinking of school not just as a last minute panic before tests/projects are due, but as multiple well-thought out projects with do-able next actions- this could have amazing consequences for your life.
If you can start this now, you won't be overwhelmed in November.