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- Available Lessons: 150
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryPrepare for the Praxis I Math exam by reviewing geometry, statistics, numbers, functions and the other subjects covered in this professionally designed test prep course. Our simple video lessons and self-assessment quizzes can be used as mobile-friendly, flexible study tools to help you reach your test goals.
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About This Course
It's easy to get ready to take the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators - Mathematics with help from the lessons in this informational study guide course. On a computer or mobile device, you can study real numbers, ratios, proportions, statistics and probability at your leisure. Use this self-paced resource as a comprehensive review or study only the lessons that correspond with the areas that require improvement for a completely flexible and customizable study experience.
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Syllabus & Course Information
In this course, you'll find a series of lessons specifically aligned to the content areas in which you'll need strong knowledge for the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators - Mathematics exam, including circles, right triangles, congruence and similarity. We've designed this course so that, when you've completed it, you'll be able to do the following:
- Outline the real number system
- Identify square roots and exponents
- Understand algebraic expressions
- Explain trigonometry and right triangles
- Discuss geometric measurement and dimension
- Define categorical and quantitative data
This Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators - Mathematics exam study guide course is composed of 132 lessons in 12 chapters. Every lesson is accompanied by a multiple-choice self-assessment quiz, and you'll find a test at the end of all chapters.
Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators - Mathematics Exam Information
Schools use the Praxis I Math Test, or Core Academic Skills for Educators: Mathematics, to determine an applicant's readiness for teacher education programs. States also use the test for teacher licensing.
- Number of Questions: 56
- Question Type: single-answer multiple-choice, multiple-answer multiple-choice, and numeric-entry questions
- Time Limit: 85 minutes
- Exam Cost: $90
Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators - Mathematics Exam Breakdown
|Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators - Mathematics Exam Concept||Percent of the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators - Mathematics Exam||Approximate Number of Questions||Chapter Lessons|
|Number & Quantity||30%||17 questions||26|
|Algebra & Functions||30%||17 questions||60|
|Statistics & Probability||20%||11 questions||27|
Praxis I Math Test - Preparation and Registration
We host simple and engaging video lessons in each subject area of the test to help you prepare for the Praxis I Math Test. The chapter on equations and inequalities will help you understand parts of a graph, intercepts, standard form and graphing inequalities. Other chapters will introduce concepts like functions, congruence, similarity, square roots and exponents. Every lesson includes a quiz written by the instructor so that you can test your knowledge of the material.
You can register for the Praxis I Math Test online, but if you need extra time or other accommodations because of a disability or language barrier, you'll have to mail your registration form and identifying documentation. Since you'll be taking a computer-based test, you'll receive 30 minutes of practice time to get familiar with the software and hardware before you begin. The Praxis I Math Test is offered continually, but if you want to re-test, you'll have to wait at least 3 weeks. A fee waiver is available for low-income college students who are currently enrolled and are required to take the test. However, there's a limited number of waivers available, and students can only receive one waiver per year. Make sure to bring your test ticket and photo ID to the testing location on the day of the test.
Praxis I Math Test - Scoring
Because the test is only available on a computer-based platform, your scores will become available after 2 to 3 weeks from the testing date. It's possible to get scores earlier by using a scores-by-phone service for an additional fee. You can also send your scores to up to 3 institutions or licensing agencies for free, and you can order more score reports for an extra cost. You are only scored on correctly answered questions, and you aren't penalized for wrong answers or unanswered questions. Passing scores depend on the institution requiring you to take the exam, but your report will show the qualifying score for your state. You'll also be able to see the score range achieved by the 25th through the 75th percentile.
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