I now have 13.1 hours of flight time. 12.1 of that on this "go round". This Saturday I have my FAA Flight Medical which I need before soloing (flying without my instructor in the plane). I suppose I'll need to get insurance too. Expensive hobby. The last several lessons have been take-offs, traffic pattern, and landings. Landings are the toughest for me. I can take off, I can do traffic, operate the radio, and I can usually do a nice high-performance approach. The last 10 vertical feet is what gives me trouble. I get scared as the rate of descent increases and the ground approaches. Then I over-compensate by pulling back too much on the stick (usually).
In the most recent lesson we went back through basic maneuvers, slow flight, stalls, etc. I felt like I did about 100x better than my first or second lesson (last time we did basic maneuvers). Med certificate, a few more practice T/Os and landings, and I'll be soloing!