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56 questions, 90 minutes.
This test can be taken as part of the Praxis Core 5752 or on its own. If you take all three subtests in one session (5752), you will have 5 hours. Each subtest is separately timed.
There are no limits on how many times you can take the test before you pass; however, you do have to wait 28 days between testing attempts.
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The passing score for each subtest varies by state. Some tests allow you to view unofficial scores right away; otherwise, official scores will be available online 10-16 business days after your test date. Read more about when you will get your Praxis scores.
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While the Praxis® Core tests basic knowledge, in theory, it can be difficult, and pass rates vary by state. Effective preparation is the best way to ensure you pass.
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The practice tests mimic the exam in length and format. At the end, you’ll get a full breakdown of your results. If you aren’t happy with your Practice Test score — we recommend a minimum score of 80% — then use the study guide to improve it.Take a Practice Test
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The Praxis®️ Core is graded on a curve. Each question you answer correctly is worth one “raw” point. So all the questions you answer correctly equals your “raw” score. Your “raw” score is then scaled- which means that ETS looks at how everyone else answered the same questions and then “scales” your score.
This means that if you have an easy set of questions that you and everyone else scores very high on, the test will “scale” your score so that the passing percentage is equal (or fair) for people who get harder test questions.
This test does not include a scheduled break. If you choose to take an unscheduled break, your test clock will not stop, so it’s recommended that you use the restroom before or after your test. Long breaks are documented by test administrators, so do not take more than 5 to 10 minutes.
To pass the Praxis® Core, you must first understand what is on the exam and what you will be expected to know. The best way is to review the 240 Tutoring test breakdown materials and practice questions. Once you identify areas of weakness, you can begin targeting those areas with instructional content and practice questions.
The Praxis®️ Core can be difficult for a majority of test-takers. In general, if you do not meet the exemption requirements for your state, you should spend a significant amount of time preparing.