My PCAT version (10/04) had a very time consuming math section. I finished about 1/2 of the questions when time was down to like 10 minutes. In the last 5 min. I had to christmas tree the rest. I got a 65% (my lowest) in Quantitative. I was NOT prepared for the calculus. It is difficult to remember now what those questions really were. At the time it all looked so foreign that I couldn't even come out of it and reiterate what it was I saw. I specifically remember one question that talked about a cube with a cylinder of certain dimensions cut out of the center. You had to find the area. Not hard if you know the formulas but time consuming none the less. There were some questions with variables of j,k,l,i and had something to do with vectors; I had no clue what class that was from. Pre-Cal, Cal? Who knows!

Do not study by using these outdated books that have you adding fractions or doing proportions. Maybe a couple of questions were that easy. There were some statistics questions ("there are 12 red socks, 11 blue socks and 6 green socks... what is the prob. that you will choose a red sock if you choose 1 from the drawer blindfolded" or something crazy like that!)

Good luck to everyone in October! I'll be right there with ya!