Well, after translating my three scores (reading, math, and writing) to percentage marks, I'm confused. I'm supposed to be working towards a math credential so that I can teach high school math. My scores are all over the place. My scores? A 76% in reading, an 86% in math and a 94% in writing. I suppose I can crank out an essay (or three*) but I can't read very well. And math?!?! . . . I'll be lucky if I qualify to teach elementary math. There was no calculus (or even linear algebra or geometry) so if that's the best I can do with very simple basic math, I think I have my work cut out for me.
Air Boss keeps asking me, "Are you sure you want to teach math?" This question combined with my adamant response that "a third of a third is a sixth" has proven to Air Boss that math is NOT my strongest subject. Oh dear. Did I tell you that I never even took college level math? I did take calculus freshman year but ended up dropping the class because I couldn't stay awake for the 8 AM class. I even woke up in class one day and found myself sitting with a completely different set of students - I had slept through the class exchange! Definitely not math teacher material.
I think I have some re-evaluating to do. In the meantime, in studying for the CBEST, I have figured out that a third of a third is two-thirds. Right?