If you take the tests separately, each session lasts two hours. If you take them combined, the entire session lasts a total of five hours.


Tests include single-selection multiple-choice questions, multiple-selection multiple-choice questions, and numeric entry questions. And then the writing test makes use of two essay questions.


On the selective response questions, each correct answer is worth one raw point. Constructed-response questions are scored by two or more professional educators for each specific area.


For the Reading portion of the exam, they’re looking for your ability to read and analyze multiple documents.


In the Mathematics section, you will be using numeric entry and multiple choice questions to select your answers. An on-screen calculator is provided so no errors are made.


The Core Writing test assesses two different types of writing – argumentative and informative/explanatory. It will contain one writing task for each.

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When it comes to the PRAXIS test, there are three different ways the test is scored. The first is based on the selective-response answers (multiple choice). These are scored using raw points – basically it’s either right or wrong. If it’s right, you get a raw point. Those are added up at the end for your score. The second is based on the constructed-response answers (essays). These are looked over by two or more professional educators in each respective subject. A score is given based on their scores. Then there’s the combination score which simply takes both your raw score and your constructed-response rating and gives you a total score.

The weights and scales vary from test to test. Be sure to check out the PRAXIS website for all the details.


More tests available below
Test Code Test TitleDurationFee
5712Core Academic Skills for Educators: Reading 1 hour 25 minutes$90
5722Core Academic Skills for Educators: Writing 1 hour 40 minutes$90
5732Core Academic Skills for Educators: Mathematics 1 hour 25 minutes$90
5751Core Academic Skills for Educators: Combined Test (Reading, Writing and Mathematics)5 hours$150
5001Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects4 hours 15 minutes$170
5002Elementary Education: Reading and Language Arts Subtest1 hour 30 minutes$60
5003Elementary Education: Mathematics Subtest1 hour 5 minutes$60
5004Education: Social Studies Subtest50 minutes$60
5005Elementary Education: Science Subtest50 minutes$60


Each state and licensing organization determines its own certification and PRAXIS passing score requirements.

For more information about certification requirements, visit the state requirements section.



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