PRAXIS Math Study Guide

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If you’re tryng to figure out how to pass the PRAXIS math test, look no further than our PRAXIS math study guide. By reviewing all the math topics required by the exam, you’ll be able to identify where you are h2 and where you need to work harder. With our instructor-based approach, you will truly be guided through your studies as you prepare for the PRAXIS.

“I was using the PRAXIS course and it was very helpful for me. This was my third time taking the PRAXIS and had used many other resources and none of them seemed to help. Using this site with the step by step math instruction and having videos really made a difference, because I finally passed the test! Thank you for this awesome website, I would recommend your company to anyone needing help with math!”
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What is the PRAXIS?

The PRAXIS math test is a national teacher certification exam used in many states. If you want to become a teacher, or if you are a teacher moving to a different state, chances are you’ll be required to take the PRAXIS.

The stakes are high. If you don’t pass the test, you won’t be able to become a teacher or start a new job.

Our PRAXIS math study guide includes all the topics covered on the test, including number and quantity, ratios, fractions, algebra, using functions, geometry, transformations, statistics, probability, and more besides.

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What if I don’t want to teach math?

Even if you aren’t a math teacher and don’t ever plan on becoming one, you will still be required to take the math portion of the PRAXIS exam. As you can imagine, math is the area of the test that causes the most concern. Like it or not, you’ll have to pass the PRAXIS math, and we’re here to help.

How to use our PRAXIS math study guide

If there’s PRAXIS math test looming on your horizon, you’ll need to be prepared. Our study guide will help you learn (or remember) what you need to know.

Start by going through our PRAXIS math lessons. Use our pre-test feature if you think you you already know a concept and can skip it, and use our background lessons if you are struggling in particular topic and need to go back and review the basics. Finally, take our PRAXIS math practice test to make sure you’re ready.

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I scored 780 on the PRAXIS Elementary which is awesome since 550 is passing in NC. The course led me to be prepared. The last time I studied pregebra topics was 1977. Thanks to you guys I did it!
Christina Rogers
Christina Rogers
17:02 12 Apr 22
It was all a great refresher! The higher level math (above basic addition and subtraction) was super helpful to refresh my brain on how to do many concepts I had forgotten about. I was able to pass the PRAXIS!!! I just referred a colleague to your site who needs to pass the test too!
Tosha Lynn Youngdahl
Tosha Lynn Youngdahl
16:10 01 Apr 22
I improved my PRAXIS score from 130 to 166! I loved the layout of the course. If I missed it I then clicked on "work" and did it until I got it right.
Dusty Jones
Dusty Jones
15:59 16 Nov 21
The PRAXIS Algebra 1 went well. I liked the practice exam and the depth of each lesson including the videos.
Darrell Weeks
Darrell Weeks
18:13 19 Aug 21
I PASSED!!!! I did not think I was ever going to pass the math praxis (7813). After many hours of working out each problem and going through each math content, I finally got it. All I can say that I was extremely thankful that something like this was available for people who struggle with math concepts. Everything that I needed to pass was covered in the program. THANK YOU, THANK YOU. MathHelp.com!!!
Ms. Thomas
Ms. Thomas
03:27 10 Jul 21
SUPER Helpful! After using this for a few months, I finally passed the Praxis Core Math. My score improved by 24 points using this program. Thank you! This program saved me. I really liked that it broke content down into sections with even smaller sections. This made it easier to accomplish because it eliminated (for me) being overwhelmed with content. Also, by breaking it into sections, it was easier to see the areas I needed to spend more time on. It was rewarding getting a correct answer due to the green mark and pleasant ding that occurred when selecting the correct answer. It was great!
Rachel Myers
Rachel Myers
13:25 04 Jan 21








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