Hi luv_a_duck Not sure which PGCE you've applied for but I'm assuming it's Primary. Like you this time last year I was thinking about how I could prepare for the interviews and was quite nervous about the whole process. I too was nervous about taking the tests, especially Maths. Maths isn't my strongest subject and considering I did no revision I acutally thought the test wasn't as hard as I'd imagined it be. There were somethings on the test which I had completely forgotten how to do but most things I remembered (which came as a surprise!) I would say if you're a little worried about your maths then go onto the BBC bitesize and take the maths tests to see what you remember and take it from there. For the English test we just had to write a mini essay on the purpose of education. I think the aim of this is just to see the level of standard English in your writing. As for the presentation, we had to a give a 5 min presentation on what we had learnt from our experiences with children. We were given about 10 mins to prepare. Also like the English test, I think the main purpose of this exercise is for them to see if you are able to stand up in front of a class, communicate your ideas effectively and speak clearly. With hindsight I can honestly say I don't thing any of the exercises are hard but its better to be over prepared than under prepared! Hoped this has helped. Good luck.