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TExES Informational Resources - Summary & Learning Objectives
In this article collection, you'll learn basic information about Texas Examinations of Educator Standards (TExES) exams. The articles can help you make sure that you understand everything you need to know before registering and taking the exams. Read these articles at any time to learn about:
- Available TExES exams and certification areas
- Upcoming TExES exam dates
- TExES exam costs and retake policy
- Registering for TExES tests
- TExES question formats, passing scores, score reporting
- Applying for Study.com's TExES scholarship
These articles can help you learn important TExES exam information because:
- They're authoritative: The TExES exam information is accurate and well-researched.
- They're simple: The articles are easy to read and understand.
- They're useful: The articles cover information that can help you make decisions about which exams you should take.
- They're convenient: This article collection can be accessed at any time on your computer or mobile devices.
1. What Is the TExES PPR Exam?
The TExES PPR test is administered to teachers seeking certification in Texas. Learn more about the content, structure and purpose of the PPR exam, and find out what you can do to prepare.
2. How Many Questions Are on the TExES PPR?
The TExES PPR is an entry-level exam given to aspiring teachers in Texas. Read on to learn more about the number of questions on this assessment, and get important information about its format, structure, and scoring system.
3. TExES Exam: Scoring, Reporting & Passing Scores
Learn how TExES tests are graded, where and when scores are reported, the marks you need to pass your TExES exams and reasons why test scores can be delayed.
4. Texas ESL Certification Test Information
Texas teachers seeking English as a Second Language (ESL) certification must pass the TExES ESL Supplemental exam. Read on to learn about the test's content and structure, tips and resources to help you pass it, and how to register for it.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. 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.
8. TExES Exams & Certification Areas
This article looks at what the TExES tests are used for and the education professionals required to take them. It also breaks down the focus of subject-area and grade-level TExES tests and provides you with a list of study resources.
9. Study.com TExES Scholarship: Application Form & Information
Study.com is proud to announce three scholarships for teachers taking the TExES tests in order to become certified teachers in Texas.
10. 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.
11. TExES Exam Question Formats
Questions on the Texas Examinations of Educator Standards (TExES) series consist of several distinct formats. Read on for more information on these question types and learn what you can do to prepare for the assessments.
12. 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.
13. What are TExMaT Exams?
TExMaT exams are administered to Texas teachers looking to prove their excellence. Read on for more information about the content, structure, and registration process for these assessments. You'll also learn where to find test prep resources.
14. 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.
15. How Many Questions Are on the Special Education EC-12 Test?
The TExES Special Education EC-12 test features well over 100 multiple-choice questions. Read on for more information on the assessment's length, format, and structure.
16. 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.
17. What Are TExES Content Tests?
Texas teachers earn certification in their academic specializations by taking TExES content tests. Learn about the certifications available, who may take content tests, and resources to help educators prepare for them.
18. Study.com Scholarship for Texas Students & Prospective Teachers
At Study.com, we believe every student has a right to an affordable, high-quality education. With this $500 scholarship, we hope to ease the heavy burden of college tuition for Texas students and prospective teachers.
19. TExES Prep Product Comparison
TExES exams are a great way for teachers to demonstrate they have the knowledge required for Texas state teacher certification! Preparing for comprehensive exams like the TExES can be challenging, and many students choose a TExES prep service to help them study. To help you choose, we've prepared a list of some of the most popular TExES prep products available, so you can make the choice that is right for you.
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