Are you worried about taking the PRAXIS? Try our PRAXIS math practice test to determine what you know and what you need to review. Click the button below to begin!

Our PRAXIS math practice test is the ideal way to discover your strengths and weaknesses on the material covered on the PRAXIS national teacher certification exam. The best part, however, is that you can then use our interactive lessons to address the areas where you’re weakest. Finally, simply take our test again to make sure you’re ready.

Every practice test is different, so you’ll get the variety of questions you need to improve your math skills, building your knowledge and confidence at the same time.

We are Your One-Stop Shop for the PRAXIS Math Practice Test

Whether you are taking the PRAXIS math test next month or next year, you can learn everything you need to know with our practice and instruction. You might have trouble recalling the way to solve some math problems, or there may be techniques and concepts that you never learned. You’re not alone. Most teachers are terrified of the math component of the PRAXIS test, and that’s why we’re here.

The PRAXIS is a national teacher certification exam. Some states use their own teacher certification exam, but many use the PRAXIS. The test is taken by aspiring and existing teachers alike, and a failing score can prevent the continuation of a teaching career or stop a prospective teacher before he or she can even start.

The math component of the PRAXIS test covers the following concepts:

Number and quantity: including ratios, fractions, rational numbers, quantitative methods

Algebra and functions: understanding and working with algebraic equations and expressions, using functions

Geometry: drawing and understanding the relationship between different geometric figures, transformations, right triangles, area, volume

Statistics and probability: distributions, statistical variability, interpreting data, making inferences

Why do I need to take the PRAXIS Math Test?

Passing the PRAXIS test is a requirement for new teachers who are just starting out or experienced teachers who are moving to a different state. Even if you aren’t a math teacher, you will be required to take the test. If you teach elementary level math, you may find the questions to be harder than the skills you are used to teaching, and non-math teachers may be completely unfamiliar with some of the concepts. Therefore, it’s critical to practice for the test and prepare as much as you can beforehand.

What is the best way of preparing for the PRAXIS Math Test?

By taking our PRAXIS math practice test to identify the areas you need to work on, then going through our videos and interactive lessons to improve your knowledge in these areas, you’ll be in a great position to pass the PRAXIS math test.

The PRAXIS Algebra 1 test went very well! I received a passing score of 154, which was 13 points higher than when I took it previously. The lessons that were most beneficial to me were the problems focusing on deciphering word problems, imaginary numbers, and functions. These were the areas I had struggled with previously. I absolutely LOVED how the lessons built off one another and worked together as a whole. Also, thank you for providing links to previous lessons in order to build further background knowledge. I have recommended your program to many fellow teachers. Thank you!

Ashlee Laubach

23:43 20 Jan 20

I have to say that I was quite pleased with the PRAXIS Elementary math course. It has been 30+ years since I have done this kind of math. Your course was easy to follow and very digestible. I passed the exam on the very first try thanks to your program. I would recommend it to anyone.