Hey everyone! So long story short, I started preparing to get into a teaching credential program last fall. I already have a bachelors in a different subject and did not know really all of the requirements or how many steps there was to get into a program until literally a few months ago. I get out of the Navy next August and my hope was to then start the teaching credential program nearby that same month. With COVID I have struggled to get some things done. I was able to take the CBEST earlier this month and I passed it overall with a 126. I did not realize how intense the CSET multiple subject tests were. And the testing sites near me are limited on space and availability. So here is my dilemma, my application for the program is due by April 1st 2021. I can sign up for the subtest 3 in mid February and the subtest 1 in middle of march. But there is no test availability for subtest 2 for like 6 plus months. Plus my results for the test in march will most likely not be given to me by April 1st. And this is all banking on me passing these first time up. I have contacted my school with this concern, but just wondering what you all would do. The reason I am pushing to start next fall is because the Navy with my GI bill gives me money for living expenses when i am in school and if I have to wait to apply in January 2022, I fear income issues if I cannot obtain a simple part time job. My school offers waivers to fill out for not being able to take tests due to COVID but it doesn't mean you will get excepted. I am just very frustrated with myself, because had I known I needed these tests I could have worked on this the last year or so, but I was so focused on work and finishing my masters I didn't realize. Apologies that was long! I am just really stressing out about planning my future once getting out of the military and would like to be better set up, because it is a big transition. Thanks in advance for any advice!