About This Chapter
About the TExES History 7-12 Exam - Chapter Summary
This chapter is designed to show you everything you need to know about taking the TExES History 7-12 Exam. Our lessons break down the process of registering for TExES exams and offer information related to exam costs, retake policy, test scores and more. After studying the chapter, you should be equipped to:
- Understand the purpose and format of TExES exams
- Find upcoming TExES test dates and know how to register
- Know TExES exam costs and retake policy
- Pass the TExES History 7-12 exam
- Know when you can expect to have your test scores, how to find them and how to interpret them
Each lesson comes with a short quiz to help you retain your understanding of TExES exam information. If you have any questions about the exam, simply submit your questions to one of our expert instructors. The chapter is accessible on any Internet-connected device, and you can review these lessons whenever it fits your schedule.
1. How to Pass the TExES History 7-12 Exam
The TExES History 7-12 Exam is a new exam for aspiring Texas teachers, and as such, it is likely to generate anxiety. This lesson teaches you what you need to know about the test and gives you some advice on how you can prepare.
2. TExES test dates
TExES test dates are available year-round for most exams. Learn more about available test dates for different exams and get info on registration. You'll also find study resources you can use to prepare for the exam.
3. TExES Test Scores
The TExES scores have a specific set of ranges as defined by Pearson. This article looks at the possible scores you can receive, where to find your test results and how to prepare for the exams.
4. What Are the TExES Exams?
Teachers seeking certification to teach in public or charter schools in Texas must pass TExES exams. Read on to learn about the TExES exams: elligibility, test logistics, and how to prepare.
5. How to Register for TExES Tests
Prospective Texas teachers must pass Texas Examinations of Educator Standards (TExES) tests for their specific subject area. Read on for information on how to register for TExES exams and learn how you can prepare for your test.
6. TExES Exam Cost
If you're gearing up for a TExES exam, you'll need to know how much it'll cost you. Read on to find out the cost for each test and get further information on the registration process.
7. TExES Retake Policy
Aspiring teachers who did not pass their TExES exams will have several more chances to earn a higher score and meet Texas's teacher certification requirements. Read on to learn more about this test's retake policy and find some useful study resources to help you improve your test results.
8. How Long Does it Take to Get TExES Scores Back?
The release date of your TExES scores is dependent on the type of test you take. Read on to learn more about exactly how long you'll need to wait to see your scores.
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Other chapters within the TExES History 7-12 (233): Practice & Study Guide course
- Prehistory & Early Civilizations
- History of the Ancient Near East
- Contributions & History of Ancient Greece
- Hellenism & Athens
- The Roman Republic Rises
- History of the Fall of Rome
- History of the Dark Ages
- Early Middle Ages Overview
- Overview of the Medieval Warm Period
- Overview of the High Middle Ages
- Overview of the Late Middle Ages
- History of the Renaissance
- The Age of Exploration & Discovery
- The Reformation Across Europe
- History of the Elizabethan Era
- Overview of Colonialism
- Early American Civilizations
- Settling North America & the Colonies
- Important Events Leading to the American Revolution
- Events & Leaders of the American Revolution
- The Making of a Nation after the American Revolution
- The Virginia Dynasty
- Jacksonian Democracy
- Everyday Life in Antebellum America
- Manifest Destiny & American Expansion
- Buildup to the American Civil War
- The American Civil War
- After the Civil War: Reconstruction
- Westward Expansion, Industrialization & Urbanization (1870-1900)
- The Progressive Era of the Early 20th Century
- American Imperialism & World War I
- 1920s America
- America and the Great Depression
- Overview of World War II
- World Events & Politics After World War II (1946-1959)
- Events & Presidents During the Cold War (1950-1973)
- Civil Rights & Other Movements in the US (1954-1973)
- America in the 1970s
- European Absolutism & Constitutionalism (1648-1715)
- Shifting Eastern European Power (1648-1740)
- 18th Century Empire & Expansion
- The Age of Enlightenment
- Bonaparte & the French Revolution
- Industrialization from 1700-1900
- Global Politics (1760-1848)
- Nationalism in Europe, Africa, Asia & the Americas
- Life & Trends in Europe (1850-1914)
- 19th and 20th Century Imperialism
- Overview of World War I
- History Between World Wars
- Western Civilization Post-1945
- Native American Tribes in Texas
- Spanish Colonial & Mexican National Era
- Texas Revolution, Expansion & the Civil War
- Major Events & Trends in Texas History
- Foundations of Historical Inquiry
- Interpreting & Communicating Historical Information
- Teaching & Instruction Strategies for the History Classroom
- TEKS & the History Classroom
- TExES History 7-12 Flashcards