I start in feb, It s ok, you can ask all the questions you want, you can find more info on the test on http://www.act.org/cpat/
, it tells you how many questions and time you get for each subject. There is 1 reading, 1 writing and 1 math section, in the math section you will get 20 minutes to solve 25 math problems, its basic math, math is also not my stongest subject so i went to a tutor for 2 weeks, what also helped me in math was going to www.math.com
You can practice any type of math or algebra on there. Please practice fractions and percentages, practice how to add subtract multiply and devide them. It will help you a great deal. If you are not so good in math try to do your ultimate best in Reading and writing...cause that might be able to help your score and compensate for your math problems. And remember, using your time well is important, dont spend too long of a time solving a problem, try to anwser all teh questions, cause if you leave some open that will hurt your score ofcourse.