Students seeking a professional educators certification in the State of Delaware, are required to take the PPST (Praxis 1) or Pre Professional Skills Tests in order to secure a certificate. It doesn't matter if you take the paper-based exam or the computer-based exams, but you must have passing scores in all three areas in order to enter the teaching program.
The Praxis I: Pre-Professional Skills Tests (PPST) is established in the State of Delaware as an appropriate basic skills test for entering any teaching program in the state.
The Praxis examination can be taken once each calendar month for a total of 6 maximum times in one year (12 month period). This restriction applies to canceled scores of any prior tests.
Test Code and scores for Paper-Based PRAXIS I Test:
10710 PPST Reading 175
20720 PPST Writing 173
10730 PPST Mathematics 174
Test Code and scores for Computer-Based Praxis 1 Test:
5710 Computerized PPST Reading 175
5720 Computerized PPST Writing 175
5730 Computerized PPST Mathematics 174
The State of Delaware has exemption options for the Praxis Test (PPST) that are too numerous to explore here, to get more information go to Delaware Educator Data System.
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To Contact the Delaware Education Department concerning the Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST) go to:
deeds.doe.k12.de.us under the testing section and click on PRAXIS I
Contact Information for Deleware Professional Standards Board:
Charlie Michels, Executive Director
Phone: (302) 735-4016
Fax: (302) 739-4483