Submitted by Kyle
I used the Prep Manual from the ETS website and took the practice test on the same website. Both had questions that were much harder than the actual test.
I went in to the test completely nervous. However, I found that I could answer almost all of the questions using a backdoor method. The best thing you can do is study basic algebra and geometry. If you can review some trig, that would be great as well. Do not worry about the Calculus questions. Just do the practice problems from ETS, and you'll be fine. I have an English degree, and I passed with a 269. I got 65 out of 80 questions correct. However, be prepared to spend the ENTIRE time allotted. I had 15 minutes left at the end of the test.