HI, This is my first post. I am currently a sub in NJ. I graduated with a BA in economics and finance. I decided that I would like to teach math as it is one of my strong points (straight A math student). Here is my problem: I took calc in HS, but that was about 5 years back. In college, I took some stat courses. Many courses in my two majors were algebra intensive, but my calc and trig skills have fallen to the way side. I took the sample ets test and got about 50% correct. The state deems the passing score to be 131. How many need to be correct out of 50 questions to get a 131? Can anyone suggest a good study guide/course/etc.? I still have my HS pre-calc and calc notes and a calc book. What are the main trig, calc, and discreet topics on this test from anyone who took/passed it? I would like to take the test in early Jan. 2006, so that gives me about 2 months of study time and a second chance to take the test in April before the summer NJ Alternate Route program begins. I need to pass this test to get on with my career. BTY the test is a Praxis II (0061) Thanks so much for any help.