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The Praxis Series tests assess the knowledge and skills of teacher candidates as part of the teacher certification process. Teacher candidates must demonstrate a foundational understanding of reading, writing, and mathematic skills, subject-knowledge in their content area, and an understanding of the skills and practices of a beginning teacher.
The series is made up of two types of tests:
The testing timeline will vary for candidates depending on their background. Because there are several entry points to becoming a teacher in the United States, candidates will complete certification requirements at different points in the year. For specific guidance, see below.
When can a candidate take the Praxis?
All Praxis exams are computer-based, with the exception of the Braille Proficiency (0631) test and the Assessment of Signed Communication – American Sign Language (0632) test. Test dates are offered year-round, but availability varies by testing site.
Praxis Subject Assessments are offered year-round during twelve-day testing windows. To determine availability, visit the Praxis test centers and dates page to look up specific subject-tests and test centers.
The structure of the Praxis exam varies by assessment.
Beginning to Prepare
Beginning to prepare for the Praxis exam starts with understanding the test you need to take and the timeline for your preparation and testing dates.
Register for the test online or by phone, and see the test and service fees page to determine whether you qualify for or need a test waiver form. Visit the test registration page for more information about how to register. Once you are registered and know your timeline, you can work backward to create a study plan that fits within your preparation window.
It is important to develop a study plan as part of your preparation for the Praxis series assessments. Each test contains many content areas, skills, and question types with which examinees should be familiar. The amount of time an examinee should spend studying will depend on their familiarity with the content and skills assessed.
For example, a candidate pursuing a job teaching high school science may be required to pass both the biology and chemistry subject assessments. Depending on his or her coursework, the candidate may be more familiar with one content area than another and will need to spend different amounts of time preparing for each.
A general study plan should include the following:
After creating your study plan, you need to begin studying! Using 240Tutoring’s preparation guides, you can begin learning more about the content and types of questions on each exam and completing practice questions using The 240Tutoring Testing Approach.
By identifying patterns in your performance, you can adapt your study plan to hone in on the areas in which you need to improve most.
For incorrect answers, be sure to read the answer explanation. You will see why each answer choice is correct or incorrect, and may notice details about the questions and answer choices that you did not notice in your first attempt. Reading explanations of incorrect answers ensures that you learn from your mistakes as you progress.
What to Expect on Test Day
Your preparation plan does not end with studying—you should also have a test-day plan. This includes strategies such as taking a few days off from studying before the exam, taking care of yourself physically leading up to the exam, and looking up maps and directions in advance to ensure you arrive early to your site. You should also consider strategies to reduce test anxiety to be sure that your hard work and preparation are not overshadowed by nerves on test day.
Taking the Test
By now, you should be familiar with what to expect on the exam. All that is left to do is complete it, but that may not be as simple as it sounds once the test is in front of you.
If you feel anxious, remember 7 Reasons People Fail Their Certification Exam. If you have prepared using these tips and 240Tutoring’s study guide, you will have:
Throughout the test, remember what you have learned, maintain a steady pace, and keep calm!
Some Praxis tests allow examinees to view unofficial scores at the end of the testing session. This score should be displayed on the screen at the conclusion of the exam. If an unofficial score is not provided, it means that the exam requires additional analysis before scoring is complete. This is true of exams that involve constructed-response questions, which cannot be scored by a computer.
Prior to viewing an unofficial score report, you have the option at the end of your exam to report or cancel your score. If you choose to report your scores to a certification institution, you will not be able to cancel them at any point. If you choose to cancel your scores, you will not be able to report your score and it will never be reinstated to your testing record. Cancellation does not result in a refund.
Except for extreme circumstances, such as severe physical illness or overwhelming anxiety, it is not recommended that you cancel your scores.
Official Score Reports
For the Core assessments, which are offered regularly, official score reports become available 10-16 business days after your test date. For tests offered during testing windows (Subject Assessments and the PLT), official scores become available 10-16 days after the testing window closes, regardless of the date on which you completed the exam. For more information in score reporting dates, see the Praxis score report site.
Sending Score Reports
When registering for the exam, you may identify up to four institutions or licensing agencies to receive your scores for free. The institutions you choose to send reports to will vary according by state and certification program. Learn more about ordering score reports.
Understand Your Scores
You will receive an official score report after your testing date or window closes. Your score report explains your score and whether you passed or failed, the range of possible scores, raw points available in each category, and the middle 50 percent of scores on that test.
Many of the tests are grouped by content categories. Your score report displays the number of raw points earned in each category. You can compare your raw points to the number of possible raw points to see the opportunity to improve. You can use this information to improve your future study plans.
You can view a sample score report here.
Passing score requirements vary by state. Check your state requirements to determine the passing score for your state and subject area.
Retaking the Exam
In the event that you do not earn a passing score, you may retake the test to attempt it again. Like passing scores, retake policies vary by state. Check your state requirements to determine how long you must wait between exam attempts. In order to retake the exam, you need to re-register for the exam, so do so as quickly as possible. Take action immediately to be sure you meet your certification deadlines!
If you complete the exam in one state and would like to teach in another state, you must consider state reciprocity rules, which vary by state. Some states allow candidates to substitute different certification exams for the in-state test, while others do not. Additionally, some states may accept older versions of an exam or a slightly different content exam from another state. Check your state requirements to learn more about reciprocity in each state.
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