My instructor said that he has no problem sending me to an FAA check ride right now, so I'm really trying to focus on completing all of the requirements.
I still have to fly the solo cross country flights. To do that, I need to take a check flight with a check instructor to make sure that I'm ready. Then my CFI will sign me off to fly them.
I also have to fly a dual cross country flight at night and land 7 more times at night. That can be a fun flight, so I'm waiting for a really good night when we can hopefully end up landing at Midway airport at least once.
I have about .5 hour remaining on flight by instruments, but I should be able to get that on the cross country check flight.
And I still need 6 or 7 more hours of solo flight time; 5 of which has to be with solo cross country flying. (I have over 100 hours of total time.)
Besides those things, I do need to practice some skills. I'm weakest with short field landings, so I need to practice those repetitively. That's probably the hardest skill to learn. I can perform everything else to the FAA standards at all times now. If you take a check ride with an examiner and land short of your chosen landing point on a short field landing, you instantly fail.