Submitted by M.
My degree is in Spanish but it's been a while. For the writing/reading/listening/speaking parts, I would recommend watching TV in Spanish, listen to the radio in Spanish, read in Spanish, and talk to someone everyday in Spanish. Make sure you know how to spell and know your grammar in Spanish. I enrolled in a Pedagogy course online by Courtney Schonefeld. She has examples of lesson plans, essays, and study material about language acquisition and other stuff that will be on the test. Very helpful!
The day of the test I was so nervous. I'm a native speaker and I thought I messed up in the first part of the test which is the speaking/reading/listening/writing. The second part, since I had studied the material from the Pedagogy course I had bought, I felt confident. I left the test center confused, not sure if I had passed because I thought I did bad in the first part. Got my results a month later and turns out I PASSED!!!! I would recommend to know your Spanish and to enroll in that samePpedagogy course that helped me pass my test.