The wait for your official Praxis score can be maddening, doubly so when you’re waiting for a Praxis constructed response score. Here’s how to predict your practice score when it involves constructed response.
If something comes up in the middle of the Praxis or you feel sure you bombed, here’s how to cancel your Praxis scores. Tip: you probably don’t want to.
What can you do to score better on the Praxis exam? Find out in this post as we discuss the top 10 ways to improve your Praxis score.
You may or may not have gotten the unofficial scores at the end of your test, but you’re probably ready to know, “how long until I get my Praxis scores?”
I’ve been getting a lot of student questions on scores for Praxis II, test 5001 (Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects). And I can understand why!
Passing Praxis scores vary by state, so make sure you are aiming for your state Praxis passing score. Check out this post to find out what it is!
Praxis score review is an option if you think your official score doesn’t match how well you did on the test. Figure out if it is a good option for you.
Many Praxis test-takers wonder, “How important are Praxis scores?” The answer: you just need to pass! Don’t believe it? Read on to find out more.
In this post, we’ll look at Praxis raw scores: what they are, how they’re calculated, and how they’re different from unofficial and official scores.
So you’re studying for the Praxis. But are you ready to do well on test day? To know if you’re ready, you need to know how Praxis test grading works.