Ch 10: Praxis Test by State

About This Chapter

This chapter includes articles on Praxis testing in several states. Whether you need to take a Praxis exam in Missouri or Maine, you'll find the information you need here.

Praxis Test by State - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

The Praxis exams are part of the teacher licensure process in many states. There are a variety of tests available that measure your proficiency in core academic areas like reading and math as well as subject-specific knowledge and overall teaching skills. Each state has its own certification and score requirements, so you'll want to find out the Praxis information specific to the state where you're taking the exam. You can use the articles in this chapter to find information about Praxis testing in your state, including passing score requirements.

Article Topic
Praxis Tests in Alabama Explore Praxis requirements in Alabama.
Praxis Tests in Hawaii Find out essential Praxis information for the state of Hawaii.
Praxis Test in Missouri Discover how Praxis testing works in Missouri.
Praxis Tests in Maine Learn about Praxis testing for potential teachers in Maine.
North Carolina Praxis Tests Get up to speed on Praxis testing for North Carolina teacher certification.
Praxis Tests in Iowa Figure out what you'll need to know to take a Praxis exam in Iowa.
Praxis Tests in Louisiana Check out Louisiana Praxis requirements.
Praxis Tests in Arkansas Look up information about Praxis testing in Arkansas.
Praxis Tests in Tennessee See what you'll need to know to take a Praxis test in Tennessee.
Praxis Tests in Idaho Get an idea of the Praxis process in Idaho.
Praxis Tests in Colorado Find out about Praxis testing in Colorado.
Praxis Tests in Indiana Get ready for the Indiana Praxis.
Praxis Tests in Maryland Prepare for Maryland Praxis tests.
Praxis Tests in Pennsylvania Review Praxis testing information specific to Pennsylvania.
Praxis Score Requirements by State Learn about the different passing scores for Praxis tests on a state-by-state basis.
Praxis Tests in Ohio Look up Praxis information for prospective Ohio educators.

13 Lessons in Chapter 10: Praxis Test by State
Praxis Tests in Tennessee

1. Praxis Tests in Tennessee

If you want to become a teacher in the state of Tennessee, you'll have to take the Praxis tests. Read this article to find out important information regarding these exams.

Praxis Tests in Pennsylvania

2. Praxis Tests in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania requires candidates for teaching licenses to pass various Praxis tests before they are eligible for certification. Learn about the Praxis tests that are necessary to meet teacher requirements and how to earn the scores you'll need to pass those tests in Pennsylvania.

North Carolina Praxis Tests

3. North Carolina Praxis Tests

In North Carolina, Praxis tests are used to determine the eligibility of candidates both for teacher preparation programs and for state licensure. Learn about testing requirements, passing scores, and how to prepare for Praxis exams.

Praxis Tests in Ohio

4. Praxis Tests in Ohio

Praxis tests qualify certain educators for initial licensure or special teaching designations by the Ohio Department of Education. Find out which tests are accepted in Ohio, what these exams cover, and the qualifying scores for each.

Praxis Tests in Maryland

5. Praxis Tests in Maryland

Entry-level teachers seeking licensure in Maryland must pass the Praxis Core Academic Skills exams and Praxis Subject Assessments. Read on to understand test requirements in Maryland and learn about various resources to help you pass these exams.

Praxis Tests in Maine

6. Praxis Tests in Maine

To obtain a teaching license in Maine, educators must pass several Praxis exams in addition to earning a bachelor's degree. Keep reading to learn more about Maine's testing requirements and find resources that can help teachers prepare for their Praxis exams.

Praxis Tests in Louisiana

7. Praxis Tests in Louisiana

The Praxis exams are an important component of teacher licensure in the state of Louisiana. In this article you'll learn about the different Praxis exams that are taken, how to register, and how you can prepare for the tests.

Praxis Tests in Iowa

8. Praxis Tests in Iowa

An educator must pass two Praxis Subject Assessment exams in order to receive a teaching license in Iowa. Learn about the exams, Iowa's scoring requirements, and test-day prep tips.

Praxis Tests in Idaho

9. Praxis Tests in Idaho

Find out more about Praxis test requirements in Idaho with this article. Learn where to register for these exams and get information about how to study for them.

Praxis Tests in Hawaii

10. Praxis Tests in Hawaii

Get the information you need about which Praxis exams are required for teacher licensure in Hawaii. You can also learn where and when the tests are offered and discover options for preparing for the Praxis exams.

Praxis Tests in Colorado

11. Praxis Tests in Colorado

Several Praxis Subject Assessment exams may be used to meet the Colorado Department of Education's testing requirement for educators applying for a state teaching license. Learn about the Praxis tests you may take, qualifying scores, and resources to help you prepare for your exams.

Praxis Tests in Arkansas

12. Praxis Tests in Arkansas

Find out how the state of Arkansas uses Praxis tests. You'll also learn about how to register for these tests, along with how you can prepare for success on these exams.

Praxis Tests in Alabama

13. Praxis Tests in Alabama

Praxis exams are used by several states, including Alabama, to assess a beginning teacher's knowledge of subject-specific content and general teaching competency. Use this guide to learn more about state requirements for certification, where to take Praxis exams and courses offered to help you study.

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