## Is there a study guide for Praxis?

Our free online Praxis Study Guides give you a concise listing of all the key topics that can appear on your exam, so you’ll know what to expect.

**How many months should I study for the Praxis?**

two to three months

For most people, this means that you should begin studying two to three months before the exam. Even if you already know the material really well, it is important to plan on at least one month to familiarize yourself with the scoring, test rules, and different types of test questions.

### What kind of questions are on the Praxis?

Praxis Core tests include objective response questions, such as single-selection selected-response questions, multiple-selection selected-response questions, and numeric-entry questions. The Praxis Core Writing test also includes two essay sections.

**What is the best Praxis study guide books?**

Praxis Study Guide Review: The Best Praxis Books

- Praxis Core for Dummies.
- Exam Sam’s Praxis Core Study Guides.
- Kaplan – Praxis.
- Research & Education Association: Praxis Core.
- Praxis Official Guide.
- Praxis I Math: My Private Tutor.
- Learning Express Praxis Core Academic Skills for Eduators.

## Do you get a formula sheet on the Praxis?

A reference sheet with geometric formulas needed for the test is available as a Help screen. The test is 90 minutes long and contains 56 questions. This test may contain some questions that will not count toward your score.

**How should I prepare 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 can I improve my Praxis score?

Top 10 Ways to Improve Your Praxis Score

- Improve Your Pacing. Are you able to get to every question on the exam?
- Read for Fun.
- Augment Your Content Knowledge.
- Find the Best Resources to Study.
- Take Practice Tests.
- Learn about the Exam.
- Know When and How to Guess.
- Mix Up Your Study Methods.

**What type of math is on the Praxis Core?**

About This Test The test will cover four major content areas: Number and Quantity, Algebra and Functions, Geometry, and Statistics and Probability.

## Is calculus on Praxis math?

About the Test (I) Number & Quantity and Algebra, (II) Functions and Calculus, (III) Geometry, and (IV) Statistics & Probability. A full list of the mathematics topics covered is provided in Content Topics.

**How easy is it to pass the Praxis?**

In the 2019-2020 academic year, over 50% of the national Praxis Core test-takers in the Reading and Math sections scored at least the general passing scores of 156 and 150 respectively.

### What kind of math is on praxis?

About This Test The test will cover four major content areas: Number and Quantity, Algebra and Functions, Geometry, and Statistics and Probability. Focus is on key concepts of mathematics and the ability to solve problems and to reason in a quantitative context.

**How hard is praxis math?**

Is PRAXIS Core math hard? The PRAXIS math is hard for many test-takers because it covers middle and high school math. If you struggled with math in school, you’ll find that the test is hard. That’s why it’s critical to prepare.

## Which Praxis test should I take?

There are three types of Praxis® tests that prospective teachers can take: Praxis® Core Academic Skills for Educators: These tests will assess your reading, writing, and mathematics skills. The Core consists of three separate tests. You can take one, two, or all three, depending on your school and state requirements.

**How can I prepare for the Praxis test?**

Learn what the test covers. You can find test specifications for your test (s) in the free Study Companion.

### How difficult is the Praxis test?

The basic content of the Praxis Core is — in theory — not so hard. The Core Reading, Core Writing, and Core Math tests are designed to test the academic skills you were taught in middle school and high school. (The idea of this test is to make sure you are in touch with the same K-12 academic skills you’ll teach to your students.)

**Which Praxis exams do I need to take?**

Praxis® is not just one test, but dozens of tests that prospective educators might need to take. There are three categories of tests: Praxis® Core Academic Skills for Educators: These test your skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. Praxis® Subject Assessments: These test your knowledge about specific content.