Vito Prosciutto: Teaching community college math on the road to a PhD.

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

It's apparently CSET season 

Because it shows up in my searches and I get e-mails asking about the tests.

Here's my experience with the CSET:

My advice: You need to know your subject matter. A last minute cram isn't likely to help a whole lot. The tests are broad and cover essentially the whole high school curriculum. If, after completing your major and credential coursework you can't pass the tests, you aren't ready to teach.


The math test is comprised of three parts. If you get test anxiety, you can do each part in a separate session.

Some notes:

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