As a recent taker of the CSET Subtest II in Geometry/Statistics, I must say that the two hour time limit was much more challenging than expected. I have taken the Multi-Subject CSETs and passed so I knew the format. Just didn't expect the essays to take 30 minutes of my time. I will not specify as per CSET rules, but the Statistic's essay was quite a process for me and I've completed two levels of College Statistics. The three geometric proofs were not extremely taxing but they did require time as I wanted breadth and depth in my response. So, I was left with 90 minutes to complete 30 MC questions and many of those problems required much more than 3 minutes to complete - especially the ellipse/hyperbola, hemisphere questions. If I had taken these Math CSETs on paper as previous takers, I would have spread them out and utilized the full 5 hours for each section. With the new computer format, this is not an option. I have my serious doubts that I passed due to the time constraints. My CSET prep: enrolled and completed College Geometry, Algebra 2 and Trig last semester at my local JC. Studied and completed Innovative Guy's and OCDE handbooks. Attended Teacher Test Prep weekend seminar. All together, I have spent over $2000 prepping for these tests and although I felt that I had much of the material covered, I am not a fast test taker, much to my detriment.