I am looking for advice on the most effective way to pass the Physics CSET in March 2009. Its been over 10 years since I was in school and I need to relearn a science. Currently, I hold a MS degree in Oceanography, so I am hoping the time frame is doable. I figured physics would be a good subject to pursue, regarding job availability in High Schools. My old college textbook is calculus based physics and contains over 40+ chapters. If taking the test in March, I wouldn't have time to go through each chapter. Besides, I think for High School Physics, my old college Physics textbook content would be overkill. Can you recommend a guide or some strategies that would help me pass the CSET exams? Also, do I have to take Physics subtest 3 and 4? Currently, I teach a variety of Marine Science courses at a community college overseas. Due to a family emergency, I will be reconnecting with my husband in San Diego this January. My next question is advice on which credentialing program is the shortest? Thanks for your help!