About This Chapter
About the NES Test - Summary & Learning Objectives
This series of short and convenient articles covers basic information about the National Evaluation Series (NES) test. You'll read about the test's purpose, as well as strategies that can help you prepare. These articles help you learn about the following topics:
- The purpose and format of the NES test
- NES test preparation strategies
- Passing scores for the NES test
- How to interpret NES test results
These articles can supplement your NES test preparation experience.
- They're accessible: You can learn about the NES test on any device that has an Internet connection.
- They're authoritative: The articles offer well-researched and accurate information about the NES test.
- They're convenient: The articles can be accessed at any time.
- They're useful: These articles cover important information about the test.
1. What is the NES Test?
NES stands for National Evaluation Series and refers to a group of teacher certification exams. Keep reading for more information on the different types of tests available and learn where and when you can take them.
2. NES Test Results & Passing Scores
NES exams use a scaled scoring system, and score reports are typically available within a month of your testing date. Read on for more information on scoring and reporting practices for these tests.
3. How to Prepare for the NES Test
As a future teacher who is excited about finishing your licensing requirements, you should not let worries about the NES test stand in your way. This lesson offers you plenty of preparation tips that will help you succeed.
4. Study.com NES Scholarship: Application Form & Information
Study.com is proud to announce three new scholarships designed to support NES test takers as they go through this pivotal step on the way to becoming certified educators in their state.
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