Discussion in 'Single Subject Tests' started by chicksmagee, Mar 19, 2018.
Aug 14, 2018
AP math books might have useful practice questions.
Oct 20, 2018
Thanks for the advise! I passed my CSET math Subtest 1....now starting to prepare for Subtest 2. I am not keen on teaching High school..but would like to go for Middle School Math. Do I still need to take Subtest 3 or I can get the Foundation Level Math credentials with Subtest 1 and Subtest 2?
First off, congrats on passing the first subtest! You do not need to take Subtest 3 for middle school math. The Foundational Level Math Credential is just made up of the Subtest 1 and 2. Good luck
Thanks. Yes..I am starting to prepare for Subtest 2....any tips for that?....I would really appreciate!
Oct 25, 2018
Of course! Some things I would really make sure I understood before taking Subtest II would be:
1. Triangle Postulates (proving congruency)
2. Polar Coordinates
3. Areas, volumes, surface areas of various shapes
4. Combinations & permutations
5. Least squares
8. Hypothesis Testing & Confidence Intervals
All these are found within the Math Subtest II Description on CTC Exam website. I know I studied more heavily on the statistics & probability portion of the test. Geometry is my least favorite part of math, and I was able to get through this test. You've got it! Also, I would look at Laura's math videos on youtube for guidance and whatever related videos you can find. Best of luck!
Feb 25, 2019
Thanks a lot! I am taking my CSET Math Subtest -2 next week. I am okay with geometry...but too nervous about Stats...since I have little background knowledge of it :-( Feeling unprepared this time!
Apr 6, 2019
Thanks, this really helped me in preparing for Subtest-2. I passed my Subtest-2! yayy!
Well done, Hpn!
May 21, 2019
Hi everyone! First post here, hoping you can help!
I have my Math CSET I coming up soon, do you guys know of any helpful full length CSET practice tests or where to possibly find something similar like it?
Also, is there anyone that would maybe be interested in studying together?
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