Contact Us

Professional Education Test - Questions Quick Guide

Blackboard Teaching vectors

Preparing for the FTCE Professional Education Test and wondering what kinds of questions you might encounter? Curious to know if there are any essay questions or CRQs on the test? You’re in the right place. This article will cover the following questions:

  • How many questions are on the Professional Education Test?
  • What kinds of questions are on the test?
  • Are there any essay questions on this test?
  • What are the best resources for studying for the Professional Education Test?

How many questions are on the Professional Education Test?

There are approximately 110 questions on the Professional Education Test. These 110 questions are divided between the following eight competencies:

What kinds of questions are on the Professional Education Test?

All questions on the Professional Education Test are multiple-choice. Questions on this test will relate to pedagogy and professional practices and will be either direct questions, scenarios, or sentence completion. 240 Tutoring’s free practice test can help you familiarize yourself with the types of questions you may encounter on this exam.

Are there any essay questions on the Professional Education Test?

There are no essay questions on the Professional Education Test.

What are the best resources for studying for the Professional Education Test?

You’re already in the right place for the best study material for this test. 240 Tutoring has a free Ultimate Guide and offers a full study guide written specifically for the FTCE Professional Education Test. Our study guides come with diagnostic exams to help you create a study plan, test-aligned study material, and a practice exam designed to look like the real exam. Start your study plan today with a free Professional Education Test practice exam.

Picture of: Dakota Greenfield-Dunn

Dakota Greenfield-Dunn

Dakota is a first-grade teacher at a Texas public school. She loves helping fellow educators and students understand complicated material in a simplified but thorough manner. When she is not in the classroom, Dakota fills her time with photography, cooking, and laughing at the antics of her husband and one-year-old son.