The State of Hawaii requires all applicants for licensure to pass the Praxis I (Praxis 1) Pre-Professional-Skills-Test (PPST) to show competency in Reading, Writing (including Essay), and Mathematics.
Hawaii also requires a SSN (Social Security Number) for the processing your papers for certification to become a teacher.
Tests are administered through Prometric Testing Centers Computer-based Test Centers.
The Praxis i Test can be taken 6 times in one year, even if a score is cancelled, one time per month. NBTS (National Board for Professional Teaching Standards) certified teachers could get a waiver of exemption if approved by the state administrations. For exemption approval rules go to www.htsb.org.
The following scores are required for the Praxis 1 Examination in the State of Hawaii:
For Paper-Based Tests:
10710 PPST Reading 172
20720 PPST Writing 171
10730 PPST Mathematics 173
For Computer-Based Tests:
5710 Computerized PPST Reading 172
5720 Computerized PPST Writing 171
5730 Computerized PPST Mathematics 173
We can help you reach your goals on all three of these examinations. When you join, you will have a complete and comprehensive on-line Praxis help for Reading, Writing (including the Essay Portion), and Mathematics.
For more information on the Praxis Examination in the State of Hawaii, contact:
Hawaii Teacher Standards Board
ATTN: Licensing Section
650 Iwilei Road, Suite 201
Honolulu, HI 96817