If you are taking the Praxis Core, you need to know how to study for the Praxis Reading test! Here are our top Praxis reading study tips.
Have you ever completed a reading passage only to have to read it again? When it comes to taking the Praxis Core exam, rereading passages is a waste of time. You may run out of time before you can answer every question. If you’re wondering how to remember what you read, try these 5 tips. 1. […]
If you’re wondering how reading can help your Praxis score, check out our latest post for four ways that reading can prepare you for the exam.
How should you approach Praxis Core reading passages? Find out what the 2 types of reading questions are and how you should approach each of them.
In Praxis Core Reading, some questions will ask you to analyze the personal approach that an author takes to his or her writing.
On the Praxis Core Reading exam, a number of questions ask about a reading passage’s structure. There are four types of structure questions in Core Reading.
Some Praxis Core Reading passages are dual, with two separate readings on the same topic. With this unique structure comes some unique structure questions.
In my last post on this subject, we looked at the most common question types in Praxis Core Reading questions about the integration of knowledge and ideas.
In today’s post, we’ll look at a very challenging aspect of Praxis Core Reading: the integration of knowledge and ideas.
Disparage. Efface. Hackneyed. Impetuous. Marred. Sagacious. Sycophant. Vilify. If you saw any of these words on the reading section, would you know what they mean? In some of the questions on the exam, you may need to answer a question about the meaning of the word. You may also need to know what the word […]