I'm applying for the non-traditional licensure program in Arkansas, and I have to take the Praxis II: Education for Young Children test on Saturday. The thing is I have a degree in English but I want to teach young children, and I'm afraid I don't have the background to succeed on the test. I've been studying the ETS book for awhile and the practice test questions seem to have obvious answers for the most part, but I wonder if I'm setting myself up for disappointment when I take the test. Could somebody give me an idea of what the real test will be like? Anything I can do in the next couple of days to help myself? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!!!