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.

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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.

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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Ashlee Laubach

23:43 20 Jan 20

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