Hi all! New to this forum as a member and just wanted to share my appreciation for all other members’ posts. I used this website to try to get a feel for what to expect with the CSETs for Math, and it was such a help! I just wanted to put my story out there to help any other wandering people like me! I took subtests I and II about 2 weeks ago and the subtest III 2 days ago. I am finishing up my BA in Economics and have a minor in mathematics. I have a passion for math and enjoy it. While I may not be a prodigy, I believe I would be able to teach it very well! Having said that, I did not find any of the three tests “easy”. I struggled in some areas. I found the subtest III to be the easiest. I used a lot of Laura Rickoff’s YouTube videos, other misc study guides, and James Stewart’s Calculus: Early Transcendentals. I probably studied on average 30 hours per test due to my excuse of working full time and going to school full time. It should have been more! I felt like I did not prepare as much as I should have because there are so many things that could be covered. I find out on the first Friday of April how I did. So fingers crossed! My tips: 1. You can never start studying too early. 2. Buy Laura’s study guides. I have read great reviews and wish I would have! If I don’t pass these tests, I will buy them for sure. 3. Breathe! You can always retake them. 4. Lastly, make sure you understand that one concept that you don’t know very well or have forgotten because, by golly, it will be on that test to haunt you (e.g. the washer VS. shell method for me)! Good luck to all who are testing. Also, if anyone has some more advice that would be great! I’m still studying as if I didn’t pass them; so let me know what has worked for you!