Howdy! I'm taking the MS Social Studies and High School Social Studies Praxis exams Jul 5 and Jul 6 respectively and while I have been studying and I like to think studying is a talent of mine I am struggling with this exam. Mostly the overwhelming scope of it. When I come online and check out posts with the label of Social Studies or the Praxis codes related to them I am seeing nothing about actual studying and mostly people saying they simply watched crash course and it's easy so don't worry about it. I would like to say I love worrying about things and the thought of just going in blind is incredibly unappealing to me. I'm hoping to find advice from other individuals who actually studied beyond just watching crash course. I've done quite a bit of crash course but it's honestly a lot of opinion and such and silly jokes and I appreciate it but not when I'm trying to really retain history. I would love some information on whether questions are detail oriented or more over over arcing concepts of eras / dynasties, etc. Or if your test focused more on politics than wars or vice versa. I'm really just feeling like a duck of water going into this test and while most people say don't worry about it. I'd love to hear from anyone who's taken it within the last year or two. The score I need is only 153 I believe and surely I can pull that but I'm nervous. Okay thanks! ps. To be clear I'm not worried about test taking or anxiety or anything. Just that there's no real advice online about these tests and I hate that I could be studying the wrong things because the ETS PDF feels like it just says, hey just study everything. I have a History degree but it's been 5 years since I graduated with it and I was mostly taking US civil war classes.