The test wasn't so hard as it was nerve shaking. It was not extreme. My school requires a composite score of 70% and I made way above that, so a good score depends on what your college is asking as a minimum score. You can do it. No, math was pretty decent. The test can only pull so many questions from certain areas, so some things may be omitted or limited. The test I took definitely had many ratio /proportions and fractions and percentages. It had about 5 metric conversions, only 1 or 2 algebraic equations, about 3 mean/median and maybe 2 decimals. So basically on my test, out of 45 questions in math, about 22-30 were ratio/proportion and fractions. Science is broad. It is all over the place. But general science, scientific method, and chemistry was on there. Physical science was on there and anatomy/physiology only asked 1 or 2 questions. The ATI was very helpful. I just find that the science section does not greatly have an effect.