I just took the NET yesterday and found that I completely overstudied! Not that it was a bad thing but I was anticipating the test was going to be brutal and it wasnt at all. I've been a hygienist for 12 years and haven't taken a math class since high school so I was very nervous.
Find out for sure what will even be tested. The NET only grades you on math and reading comprehension, others also add in science and vocabulary. Its helpful to find out also how much time you have on each section so you can prep at home with practice tests. If you go to the site www.math.com
it is extremely helpful for practicing math problems from basic math to trig if you wanted. It will also help prepare you for taking the test on the computer which I did. Hopefully you will to and you'll get your results immediately.
I used the Nursing School Entrance Exam book by Kaplan. It essentially covers all topics typically found on entrance exams. I found it very helpful and ended up with a composite score of 90. If you are a teacher you will have no problem passing the reading portion and just brush up on basic math, basic algegra and you'll be fine. :wink2: