PRAXIS Series of Exams

Find resources to prepare for the PRAXIS Series of Exams, covering the Core Academic Skills for Educators exam, the PRAXIS I and the PRAXIS II exams, with study guides, practice tests, courses and more. Many states require prospective teachers to take and pass the PRAXIS exams before, during and/or after their college education. The PRAXIS Series of Exams are published by Educational Testing Services (ETS). For more information, see's PRAXIS Test Guide.
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PRAXIS I Practice Test
PRAXIS I Practice Test
Location Type: Online

Address: USA
Take this free practice test to see how prepared you are for the PRAXIS I exam. The PRAXIS I exam measures a student's basic math, writing and reading skills. Free
Exambusters PRAXIS I / PPST Study Package
Exambusters PRAXIS I / PPST Study Package
Location Type: Online

Organization: Ace Academics Inc.
Address: 550 Durie AvenueCloster USA NJ 07624
Ace Academics Inc.
PRAXIS I / PPST Study Package

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