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Understanding Scores for Praxis 5001 (Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects)

Praxis 5001 Elementary Education Multiple subjects 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!

The scoring system for Praxis 5001 is especially confusing because this exam contains four subtests. Moreover, state licensing boards have different score requirements for every subtest in 5001! To make matters even more complex, each subtest has subsections within it.

Consequently, the score report you see in the test center will likely be confusing. Your Praxis 5001 raw score report usually gives you scores by subsection rather than subtest. I say “usually,” because the Praxis is frustratingly inconsistent with the formats of the unofficial score reports they issue in the test center. On occasion, I’ve talked to students who get a really in-depth score report that includes unofficial scaled scores for each subtest. But you can’t count on getting something that “user friendly,” and you’ll probably just get subsection numbers.

What are the four subtests in Praxis 5001, and what subsections are in each subtest?

Before we really discuss how scoring works for the Praxis Subject Assessment for Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects, let’s take a good look at each subtest.

The 4 subtests in this exam all have their own additional 500X Praxis II code numbers. And each subtest has its own unique subsections and a different total amount of questions. Understanding the differences in the subtests is key to understanding scoring for the overall 5001 exam. So read the following descriptions carefully:

    Praxis code number: 5002
    Total number of questions: 80

    • Reading and Language Arts, Subsection 1: Reading
      Number of questions: 38
      Score weight: worth 47% of the Reading and Language Arts subtest score
    • Reading and Language Arts, Subsection 2: Writing, Speaking, and Listening
      Number of questions: 42
      Score “weight”: worth 53% of the Reading and Language Arts subtest score


    Praxis code number: 5003
    Total number of questions: 50

      • Mathematics, Subsection 1: Numbers and Operations
        Number of questions: 20
        Score weight: worth 40% of the Mathematics subtest score
      • Mathematics, Subsection 2: Algebraic Thinking
        Number of questions: 15
        Score weight: worth 30% of the Mathematics subtest score
      • Mathematics, Subsection 3: Geometry and Measurement, Data, Statistics and Probability
        Number of questions: 15
        Score weight: worth 30% of the Mathematics subtest score


    Praxis code number: 5004
    Total number of questions: 60

    • Social Studies, Subsection 1: United States History, Government, and Citizenship
      Number of questions: 27
      Score weight: worth 45% of the Social Studies subtest score
    • Social Studies, Subsection 2: Geography, Anthropology, and Sociology
      Number of questions: 18
      Score weight: worth 30% of the Social Studies subtest score
    • Social Studies, Subsection 3: World History and Economics
      Number of questions: 15
      Score weight: worth 25% of the Social Studies subtest score


    Praxis code number: 5005
    Total number of questions: 55

    • Science, Subsection 1: Earth Science
      Number of questions: 17 – 18 
      Score weight: worth 33% of the Science subtest score
    • Science, Subsection 2: Life Science
      Number of questions: 18 – 19
      Score “weight”: worth 33% of the Science subtest score
    • Science, Subsection 3: Physical Science
      Number of questions: 18 – 19
      Score “weight”: worth 33% of the Science subtest score

Understanding Subsection Raw Scores

As I mentioned at the beginning of this article, each of the four subtests (Reading & Language Arts 5002, Mathematics 5003, Social Studies 5004, Science 5005),  gets its own individual scaled score. (A scaled Praxis II score has a range of 100-200. Both your official and unofficial scores will be in this range.)

As I mentioned, on test day you’ll probably only see the raw scores for your subtests once you finish the exam. These raw scores will show you how many answers you got right on each subtest, but won’t convert your number of correct answers into a scaled score.

To make things even more complicated, raw score reports for Praxis 5001 usually show your total number of correct answers by subsection, not by subtest. So for instance, your score report for the science subtest might tell you that you got 15 questions right in the Earth Science subsection, 14 right in Life Science, and 13 right in Physical science. But what the score report won’t show is your total correct answers for the Science Subtest as a whole. What a headache!

Fortunately, you can use the subsection raw scores to calculate your subtest scaled scores pretty easily. It’s just a matter of knowing which calculations to make.

How to Convert Subsection Raw Scores into Subtest Scaled Scores

Imagine you’ve just finished your Praxis 5001, and further imagine you were particularly worried about how you did in the Science Subtest (5005). We’ll say that you need to get a 175 on this subtest, and you’re not sure if you made it. Next, imagine that when you look at your unofficial score report in the test center, and this is what it shows you for Science 5005:

  • Earth Science: 16
  • Life Science: 15
  • Physical Science: 14

How on earth can you go from that subsection raw score data to an estimated scaled score for the whole subtest? How can you figure out if you passed this subtest or not? Don’t worry… I’m about to tell you how you can estimate your official score on any Praxis 5001 subtest. It’s a four-step process, but rest assured that the math is not that complicated.

Converting Subsection Raw Scores into Subtest Scaled Scores

First off, don’t worry too much about the percentage of the subtest that each subsection is worth. Subsection weights are always proportional to the actual number of questions in the subsection. In the Reading and Language Arts subtest, for instance, 38 Reading subsection questions really roughly 47% of the 80 total questions on the subtest. That’s why this subsection is worth 47% of your score. Similarly, the remaining 42 questions in the Writing/ Listening/Speaking subtest is proportional to 53% of 80.

So there are no special, disproportional point weights for any subsections. Because of this, if you add up the total number of answers you got right in each subsection, you’ll have the correct raw score for the whole subtest. This brings us to our first step–and the rest of the steps–for converting your subsection raw scores into a scaled score. (Your scaled score is an estimate of your official score.)

  • Step 1: To get the raw score for the whole subtest, add together the raw points from each subsection of your subtest.
    • Example: In the Science subtest raw scores below, you add 16+15+14 to get a total score of 45.
      Earth Science: 16
      Life Science: 15
      Physical Science: 14
  • Step 2: Turn your total number of raw points into a ratio of correct answers to total number of answers.
    • Example: The Science subtest has 55 questions total. If your raw score in the Science subtest is 45, you answered 45 out of 55 questions correctly. This is a raw score ratio of 45/55.
  • Step 3: Convert your ratio raw score into a percentage. (This is the percentage of questions you answered correctly in the whole subtest.)
    • Example: 45/55 = 0.82. Expressed as a percent, 0.82 becomes 82%
  • Step 4: Take the number of your raw score percentage (the percent of answers you got right), and add 100 to that number. This is your approximate scaled score for the subtest. This number should correspond roughly to the official score you’ll get.
    • Example: If you got 82% of your questions right on the Praxis 5001 Science subtest, you would add 100 to 82 to estimate your official scaled score. 100 + 82= 182.

And you’ve done it! Now, remember earlier in this post, when I asked you to imagine you needed 175? 182 is comfortably higher than 175. So congratulations, you can imagine you passed the Science subtest! Better yet, this 4-step score calculation process works for the subtests on the real Praxis 5001 you took, too.

Will Your official score for the Praxis 5001 subtests really be the same as your estimate?

I can answer this question with a firm “probably.” However, there’s always a chance your official Praxis 5001 subtest scores will be adjusted from your estimation.

Sometimes the scores on the subtests are adjusted for the relative point weight of individual questions. If a question prompts you to select multiple answers or seems to test more than one important concept, it may be worth more than one point. So the correlation between your number of right answers and your scaled score isn’t always exact.

There’s also a possibility that a subtest score could be adjusted for the relative difficulty of the questions. In other words, if you correctly answer a question that most test-takers get wrong, you may get additional points. However, this kind of “difficulty adjustment” is said to be pretty rare on the Praxis 5001.

How Do You Calculate your Overall Score for the Whole Praxis 5001 Exam?

You don’t. The Praxis only issues scores on the subtests for Praxis 5001 (Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects). The “5001” number is used only for the purposes of registration. If you register for the Praxis 5001, then you are able to register for all four subtests at once. (This is $70 cheaper than registering for each subtest individually.) But for scoring purposes, there is no Praxis 5001. There are just the separately scored Praxis 5002, 5003, 5004, and 5005 tests. Simple enough, eh? 😉

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59 Responses to Understanding Scores for Praxis 5001 (Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects)

  1. Stefanie August 4, 2017 at 2:29 PM #

    Hi so my official Praxis 5001 scores are in:

    Reading writing 179 = Pass
    Social studies 181.=Pass
    Science. 196 = Pass
    Math. 146 = NOT PASSED

    * Interesting point about the Math. There are 50 questions on the test. However there were only 40 available points because 10 of them are pre-test questions and don’t count. I got 23/40 questions which translates to 157.5 and technically a pass. Which can only mean that Praxis makes you do 10 questions that don’t count toward your final score AND they don’t take the 10 questions out of the denominator. EXTREMELY UNFAIR! 23/50 translates to my score of 146.
    So I am retaking math…. hopefully next time around any questions I get wrong are pre-test questions.
    On the other hand, I am extremely happy with my other scores 😊

    • Fatimah Stevenon July 19, 2018 at 3:23 AM #

      How did you prepare for the Science part? What kind of questions?

    • Kelley August 2, 2018 at 5:48 AM #

      Hello, I would like to know what tools you used for studying. Thanks!

  2. Stef September 20, 2017 at 4:53 PM #

    Update: I took the math 5003 again and this time got 25/50 (only two more correct questions) which led to a unofficial passing score of 159 I hope that the official score is the same.

    • John December 2, 2017 at 12:58 PM #

      Stephanie, I’m retaking the math. I score the same. This made me question my approach. Can you tell me what materials you are using ? Thank you very much.

      • Stefanie January 13, 2018 at 8:52 PM #

        Hi John,

        Sorry about the delay. I recommend the ETS timed test because it’s the closest thing that you will get to the real deal. I am so thrilled because I am officially done with all Praxis exams and I start student teaching September 2018. Hang in there, you’ve got this!

        Good luck!


        • Lori May 1, 2018 at 4:48 PM #

          We’re your unofficial scores the same as your official scores? How close (or far off) did they wind up being? I’m sitting. The edge of science😲

  3. Andaleeb Hamad December 18, 2017 at 5:43 PM #

    I got scaled scores for all my tests with the Praxis 5001 that I took this past Saturday. I got an exact 155 on SS and I’m freaking out because that’s the exact score I need to pass the SS section. What are the odds that my official score will be different from the unofficial and below the 155 if at the end of my test at the testing center it said 155? Hope you can help!

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert December 19, 2017 at 7:17 PM #

      Hi Andaleeb,

      I definitely can’t tell you the odds, but there is a good chance you’ve passed. Hang tight and cross your fingers. Good luck! 🙂

  4. Tara January 20, 2018 at 2:04 PM #

    AAfter my exam I flipped through my unfficial overall subtest scores and recieved a 157 on science (passing is 159!). Could the official scores be different or is that it?

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert January 21, 2018 at 4:45 PM #

      Hi Tara,

      It is possible that you could get the 159 you need, but I would personally start making arrangements for a retake, because you are also potentially going to fall disappointingly short of that score. I’ll send you all my best wishes!

    • raquel bejar October 7, 2019 at 9:16 AM #

      I got a 158 and wondering is the official score will change

      • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
        Magoosh Test Prep Expert November 1, 2019 at 12:59 PM #

        Hi Raquel,

        The official score differs from the unofficial score only in rare cases. Most likely, the official score will remain the same.

    • Mandi October 11, 2019 at 12:38 PM #

      Hi Tara! Did you end up passing the science portion or did you have to retake it? I scored a 155 today also. Passing is 159

  5. Haley February 3, 2018 at 7:30 PM #

    Hi, I recently took the multiple subjects and passed everything but the science section. My category scores were 9, 2, and 11. I know there not very good but to pass you had to get a 144 and if I calculated right like you showed above I got a 144? I could have done this wrong but was just curious because my actual score was a lot lower.

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert February 7, 2018 at 7:14 PM #

      Hi Haley,

      As we mention at the bottom of this blog post, these calculations are only estimates of your score. I also got around a 144 given your category scores, so this might be an example of an adjustment that defies our simplified score calculation.

  6. Kelsey k April 3, 2018 at 9:27 AM #

    Hi. I just want to see if my thought process is right… So if my state requires a 155 on one section of the test, thats saying I only need a 55% to get a passing grade? I know this is just an estimate of my actual score, but simply speaking

    • David Recine
      David Recine April 6, 2018 at 11:29 AM #

      Simply speaking, yes. 55% is roughly equivalent to a 155.

  7. Jamie April 11, 2018 at 9:59 AM #

    Hi, So i just took the Praxis 5001 exam today. I am a little confused by the numbers I got at the end. For my reading subsections I got a 25 and 26. So when I calculate it out I would get around a 163 for my unofficial score. However, at the top of my results screen it said 181in bold font. I am confused by that 181 because I thought that you didn’t immediately get your praxis test results back and even that was it, it isn’t close to the unofficial score I calculated. This was the case for all of my subtests. Can someone explain this to me? Thanks!

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert April 15, 2018 at 2:45 PM #

      Hi Jamie,

      As David noted in this blog post, this estimation isn’t perfect, and there may be some adjustments for difficulty. It sounds like the 181 was your unofficial score, but you may have to wait for your official results to be sure! Congrats on a great score 🙂

    • KT May 8, 2018 at 7:44 AM #

      Hi Jamie – This happened to me too – did you get your official scores yet? Do they match up with the unofficial scores? My unofficial scores on screen all seemed to be way higher than what my raw scores would add up to be.

      • Brooke June 26, 2018 at 1:36 PM #

        Did the official score match?

  8. Alexa swedish May 10, 2018 at 6:11 AM #


    Pennsylvania requires taking the fundamental subjects 5511 now. Do you have any information on that? Thanks !

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert May 11, 2018 at 12:04 PM #

      Hi Alexa,

      Our website focuses on the Praxis Core, so we don’t have any specific information on Praxis 5511. I recommend that you start with the ETS website for the 5511 test and go from there!

  9. Katie June 20, 2018 at 6:26 PM #

    Hi Everyone … this is super helpful. I have a question along the lines of Jamie. When I saw the score page it said the following: Math Subtest 180 (in bold) followed what I believed to be my raw scores: 14, 10, 8. Based the my calculations I think I have a 164 which is passing for RI. Which is my actual score because the 180 doesn’t make sense to me? Thanks!

    • David Recine
      David Recine June 26, 2018 at 12:53 PM #

      You’re right– that should be closer to a 164, Katie. I’m not sure what to tell you about that large adjustment. My assumption is that there are quite a few answers that are “weighted”– worth more points in your score than other answers. Unfortunately, ETS isn’t very transparent about their scoring process, so it would be very difficult to know why these surprisingly high scores are happening. Still, it’s great news for test-takers like you and Jamie. 🙂

  10. Sarah August 8, 2018 at 11:47 AM #

    Super helpful information! I’m sitting in my car in 100° weather after having just completed the 5001. With your help, I’m confident I passed everything but the dang math subtest. I’m looking at a146.. 157 need in ID. Onward!

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert August 9, 2018 at 5:13 PM #

      Congrats on taking the test, Sarah! Thanks for sharing your experience. I’m so glad that this information was helpful!

  11. Kimberly Carver August 9, 2018 at 11:59 PM #

    Just got done with my test. My unofficial scores are 163 SS, 173 LA, 177 Science, 183 Math. When I looked for my state I passed all four sections. How many points can these unofficial scores fluctuate? I only passed the SS by 6 points. The others there is a bit more leeway.

    Thanks for your help!

    • David Recine
      David Recine August 11, 2018 at 12:58 PM #

      Scores seldom fluctuate by more than 5 points, and most commonly, you’ll see an adjustment of 1 to 3 points. It’s highly likely that you passed everything, including SS. Congratulations, Kimberly! 😀

  12. Caroline January 3, 2019 at 6:09 AM #

    Hi, How does Praxis Math Core differ from Praxis Math 5003?

    • David Recine
      David Recine January 8, 2019 at 10:31 AM #

      That’s a good question. The two tests are very similar in terms of content and concepts. You can compare the basic features of the exams directly by looking at page 9 of the Elementary Education Multiple Subjects Study Companion and looking at page 5 of the Core Math Study Companion.

      You can also compare the quality of the questions side-by-side by looking at those two Study Companions more in-depth. What I can tell you is that the Core Math exam appears to be a little bit more advanced. This is likely because Math 5003 tests only the level of knowledge you’d need to teach math at an elementary level. Core Math, in contrast, is a much more general test, designed to assess teachers who may go on t teach math all the way up to high school.

  13. Ari Kaiser January 18, 2019 at 12:41 PM #

    I scored 146 on math 5003. I got 12/16 right in the numbers and operations
    4/12 right in algebra and 5/12 right in geometry/stats.

    How many more questions do I need to get s passing score of 157?

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert January 25, 2019 at 9:58 AM #

      Hi Ari,

      If you are aiming for a 157, you’ll want to get at least 57% percent of the overall questions correct. I would recommend aiming for at least 60% just to be safe! That would mean getting at least 10/16 in numbers and operations, 7/12 in algebra and 7/12 in geometry/stats. Keep in mind that these are only estimate, and it will vary test to test 🙂

  14. Robyn April 2, 2019 at 11:48 AM #

    I took the Praxis this morning, and in my state, minimum passing scores are as follows:

    Reading: 157
    Math: 157
    Social Studies: 155
    Science: 159

    My raw score in reading was 167, and math was 185. I know one of the raw scores I got in social studies or science was 177, and I believe the other was in the 170’s. The one I am most concerned about is the reading because I only scored 10 points higher than the minimum. Do you think when they adjust for weight, I would still get a passing score on all 4 sections? Thanks!

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert April 3, 2019 at 7:49 PM #

      Hi Robyn!

      Because there are only 80, 50, 60, and 55 questions in the Reading, Math, Social Studies, and Science sections, respectively, it looks like those were your unofficial scores. 🙂 Unofficial scores rarely differ from official scores, so it looks like you’ve passed. Congratulations! 😀

  15. Saniya Khan April 7, 2019 at 11:14 AM #

    I took Math 5003 and my unofficial score appeared 190 followed by raw score 15, 10, 8 respectively in three subsections.
    Can you explain these score calculations?

  16. Juanita Garrison April 20, 2019 at 12:16 PM #

    I just took this test today. How picky is ETS on breaks? I took two short bathroom breaks (2 minutes and 3 minutes). I also seemed to have scored very high according to my unofficial scores. Does this seem right? How long does it take to get the official scores? Thanks!

    Reading 194
    Math 200
    Social studies 192
    Science 200

    • David Recine
      David Recine May 9, 2019 at 1:08 PM #

      Taking a bathroom break shouldn’t affect your scores in and of itself. By this, I mean that ETS does not alter your score specifically because they observed you taking bathroom breaks. A bathroom break can indirectly affect your score if it breaks you concentration, although that doesn’t sound like a problem here. 🙂 Congratulations on your high unofficial scores! As for how long it takes for you to get your Praxis scores, that depends on the test and its content. Jamie has written a good article on the different timelines here: . In any case, it should take no more than a few weeks!

  17. Heidi June 11, 2019 at 9:33 PM #

    This is a great article! I just took my Praxis 5001 today and I passed 3 of the sub-tests but I only received 149 on the Social Studies sub-test. Falling just short of passing. I felt like I had done well on it, so I am not quite sure how to go about studying for this next round. I honestly felt like I knew the material better than my score showed. Even now, looking back at my study material, some of the questions that I was unsure of, I had marked right. I am just confused and don’t know the best way to study for the retake. Also, do you know if the retake is similar or harder than the multi-subject since it is just concentrating on the one subject? Thanks in advance!

    • David Recine
      David Recine July 8, 2019 at 7:37 AM #

      Sorry to hear your score fell just short of what you needed, Heidi. That sounds frustrating!

      The good news is that most students find a retake of just one individual test to be easier. A for the best way to study for that retake, it can help to go through official questions, so you can see exactly which kinds of questions you’re missing, and target your weaknesses during your prep. Have you used the practice questions in the official Study Companion or official web-based practice test yet?

  18. natalie July 16, 2019 at 2:15 PM #

    this needs an update because there are now 60 question in social studies and 55 questions in science

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert July 18, 2019 at 4:33 PM #

      Hi Natalie!

      Thanks for pointing this out. 🙂 I’ll let our content team know so they can fix this right away. Feel free to let us know if you see anything else like this!

  19. Carolina Martino August 13, 2019 at 1:02 PM #

    This is super helpful everyone. My cert lapsed and now have to take this test after teaching for many years. Took the practice test for math and did not pass! I am going to take the actual test tomorrow.

  20. Carolina Martino August 13, 2019 at 2:31 PM #

    is the praxis test math harder than the actual test?

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert August 22, 2019 at 6:00 PM #

      Hi Carolina, I’m afraid I don’t understand your question…can you clarify which test you are talking about? You reference the “praxis test math” and the “actual test”, so I’m not sure what you are trying to compare.

  21. raquel bejar October 7, 2019 at 9:13 AM #

    Hi my name is raquel and I just took the praxis science 5005, passing score is 159 and I got a 158 is there a chance the official score can change, it was only one point down.

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert November 1, 2019 at 12:59 PM #

      The official score differs from the unofficial score only in rare cases. Most likely, the official score will remain the same.

  22. Diane Jackey February 4, 2020 at 12:32 PM #

    Hi, I took the Praxis 5001 today and my unofficial scores were 183 (reading), 200 (math), 189 (History) and 190 (Science). Are those likely to be my scores? Is it really possible I answered all the math questions correctly?

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert February 7, 2020 at 3:40 PM #

      Hi Diane,

      Yes, those are likely to be your scores! Congratulations! The unofficial score rarely changes. You may have answered all of the math questions correctly, but that depends on how your particular test was scaled. For some exams, you can get 1-2 questions wrong and still get a perfect score. It doesn’t matter much, since a perfect score is a perfect score is a perfect score. Congrats again 🙂

  23. Saniya Khan June 4, 2020 at 4:19 PM #

    I took Social Studies 5004 and the screen showed my raw score 175 with a break down of 16, 14, and 11. I am kind of confused because the breakdown doesn’t add up. Can you give some input?

  24. Allyson July 11, 2020 at 7:56 AM #

    I have a question. I got a 159 on my subtest 5003..a 157 is needed. Is it likely my official will remain 159??

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert July 24, 2020 at 1:32 PM #

      Hi Allyson, the official score is almost always the same as the unofficial score. In rare cases, the score changes by 1 or 2 points. It sounds like even in the worst case scenario, you have a very good chance of passing 🙂

  25. Esmeralda Hernandez August 17, 2020 at 1:35 PM #

    Hi I took my Praxis Social Studies 5004 I recieved a raw score of 149 my passing score is 155 is it possible I passed or failed? It had 60 questions.

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert November 13, 2020 at 8:55 AM #

      Hi Esmeralda, the unofficial score and the official score are usually the same, but occasionally they change by a point or so. You’ll have to wait for the official score to know for sure! Good luck 🙂

  26. Janice September 19, 2020 at 8:13 AM #

    Hi, I took praxis 5003 this morning and had an unofficial score of 154. Is it likely my unofficial score could change to give me a 157 I need to pass?

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert November 13, 2020 at 8:51 AM #

      Hi Janice, the unofficial score and the official score are usually the same, but occasionally they change by a point or so. You’ll have to wait for the official score to know for sure! Good luck 🙂

  27. Christina December 29, 2020 at 5:41 PM #

    This may have been answered, but I just want to be sure…

    I am taking the 5001 soon, but what happens if I don’t pass one of the subtests? For example, what if I don’t pass Social Studies? Am I able to retake only the social studies or the whole thing again? I can’t seem to find the answer, but want to be sure before scheduling. I just don’t want to have to take all four again if I took them all at the same time.

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert
      Magoosh Test Prep Expert January 15, 2021 at 10:01 AM #

      Hi Christina, since each subtest has it’s own Praxis II score number, you should be able to register for the subtests independently. I recommend that you contact ETS directly to be sure, however.

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