I want to be a biology teacher, but to get a teaching license in my state (Pennsylvania), I need to pass the Praxis core exams (Reading, Writing, and Mathematics). Here's where the problem lies...I SUCK at math. I mean I am beyond hopeless when it comes to mathematics. Never in my life have I ever passed a math test as a student in school. But I can pass a high school biology exam with no problem at all. But, of course, I can't be a licensed teacher until I pass the Praxis core exams. Is there any kind of "loophole" or any way around the Praxis core math where I can get a state teaching license without taking the math exam?