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Old 01-29-2013, 05:55 PM
MissD59 MissD59 is offline
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Hey fellow NY teachers…I FINALLY passed the multi-subject after the third try!!!!! I am SO EXCITED! I also passed the students with disabilities CST, which is needed for my childhood special ed degree, which was a miracle because taking that was hell. Got both passing results at the same time, best birthday present ever!

Now I need to figure out how to apply for the license. Do you have to apply for it or does the graduate program I'm in do it?
Congrats! If you are in a masters program, typically they do it, but you have to file paperwork with them. I went to Hofstra; they have a designated certification office in the education building. I would pay yours a visit wherever you go to school to ask questions so that you are 100% certain that you will have an application for certification filed.

Did you complete the seminars?
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:16 PM
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That's awesome news! I have not tried again, still lacking confidence. Currently, finding alternatives to my career, because I just completed my masters & starting substitute teaching instead of full-time classroom teaching, because I I'unablefeel unable to pass the CST. Seems useless after failing 4x with different results. Good luck with all your endeavours you all .
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:49 PM
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Could be you just need a different kind of help, Star2000s. What have you been doing to prepare, and on which domains are you getting stuck?
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