CSET English

Online Prep & Review

Want to introduce high school students to the twisted mind of Edgar Allan Poe? Good for you! Now all you have to do is get through the CSET English exam first. Only four subtests stand in your way, and with our help, you'll breeze by them like it ain't no thang. Textual Analysis , Composition, Linguistics, and Communications have nothing on you. Certification, here you come!

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What's Inside our Online CSET English Test Prep:

Narrative Review

We breakdown each subtest of the CSET and review all the topics you need to know. Forgot what a haiku is? We got your back. Oh, and did we mention that we're also hilarious? Like, seriously. In case you couldn't tell, we're Sprite-out-your-nose funny. Just like your sixth-graders during lunchtime.

Drills, Drills, Drills

Follow your own teacherly wisdom and practice, practice, practice! We provide you with more drill questions than you can count. Okay, so maybe that's an exaggeration. But you wouldn't want to be stuck at your desk doing drills forever anyway. You have knowledge to impart.

Test-Specific Strategies

You want to know how to pass. We know how you can pass. We must be a match made in heaven! We'll give you expert advice on how to get into the minds of those CTC test-writers so that you can ace those multiple-choice questions and write a bomb essay. You want strategies, you got 'em, baby.

Three Practice Exams

With practice essays and everything! We keep hearing people say that the best way to learn is by doing, so we wrote some copycat exams to help you learn what you need to do to get that golden ticket. Once you're through with all your review and drills, take a few practice tests and you will set yourself up nicely for greatness.

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