How do I study for the elementary Praxis?
The best way to study for the Praxis® Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects 5001 is to spend time on each topic and then complete practice questions. Study the topics within each subject individually at first and then combine them within their subject.
Which Praxis do I take for elementary education?
Praxis Elementary Education: Content Knowledge
|Praxis Elementary Education: Content Knowledge Quick Facts|
|Test Content:||Reading and Language Arts; Mathematics; Social Studies; Science|
|Number of questions:||140 selected-response questions, including both selected-response and numeric entry|
|Time to complete:||150 minutes|
How do I study for the Praxis?
Tips to help you prepare effectively for test day:
- Learn what the test covers.
- Assess how well you know the content.
- Collect study materials.
- Plan and organize your time.
- Develop a study plan.
- Practice explaining the key concepts.
- Understand how questions will be scored.
How many questions are on the elementary Praxis?
The Praxis Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects exam consists of 235 questions which take 4.25 hours to complete and costs $170 to register for the exam. The Reading and Language Arts subtest is 90 minutes long and contains 80 questions.
Is the Praxis elementary test hard?
This test is not a hard test, but it is full of information about every subject you need for an elementary education profession.
What if I fail the Praxis test?
If you receive a failing test score, you can retake your exam. Use the 21-day waiting period to work with a comprehensive study guide to pass your exam. Once you have reviewed all of the study materials and passed a practice test, register for your Praxis® exam again!
Is the Praxis Elementary content hard?
Is the Praxis elementary content hard?
Is the Praxis 2 multiple choice?
Praxis II® tests are offered on paper only at specified testing locations. Each test is timed and lasts one, two or four hours. All three types of Praxis II® teaching exams include both multiple choice questions and constructed-response questions.