Hello, I am due to take the Art CSET on the 22nd, well, in a few days. This will be my second attempt taking this exam. I was 6 points from passing subtest I, and 19 points from passing subtest II. My first attempt of this exam was August 2016. I am doing both subtests in one sitting. What bothers me is that there are centuries upon centuries of art work to study, plus terminology, teaching theories, and fundamentals and principles of art. I did well on the multiple choice portion of the exam. However, not so well on the written portion. I read the directions of the written portion to keep the wording to a minimum. Like one written response section said minimum word count of 75-150 words, which I did. Did I read/interpret the directions wrong? I read it as to keep the word count within 75-150 for your response. The drawing section of the test was a fun breather within the exam. A little brain break. I recall from the exam I took in August had a lot of recent art, art from the 90s and early 2000s, which I had not studied, so I did educated guesses on those. I recall a few of the written response questions, again more recent art work from the 20th century. I guess my question is, do I continue to study a broad range of art work, or brush up on the recent art that I recall from the first time I took the exam? I'm guessing that the company switches the exam content...? It's tough to go into this test unknowing what's on the exam. I have been studying my old college art history book, I have read the Annotated Mona Lisa, Fundamentals of Art textbook from college, American Art History textbook from college, and CSET Art exam study guide from Mometrix. I feel as though I'm over studying, unfocused. Another thing that bothered me about the exam is that the exam had very little reference images in color. The images on the computer exam were almost all black and white images; as if the computer exam was scanned copy of the paper exam. I recall one question on the exam asked how the use of color in a painting added emotional dynamic to the painting, and the image reference was black and white. I'm at a point with my credential program that I need to pass this test this round or it delays my enrollment in my classes. Any advice you have would be greatly appreciated as I feel frustrated, nervous, and overwhelmed by this exam.