The PRAXIS I Pre Professional Skills Test or PPST is a requirement for Licensure in the State of Kentucky.
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If you are interested in taking the Computer-Based PRAXIS I Examination you will need to find a Prometric Testing Center near you. The PRAXIS 1 Test can be taken once per month and a total of 6 times per calendar year. This includes scores that have been cancelled from a previous test.
When you test in the State of Kentucky, your PRAXIS I scores will automatically be sent to the Professional Standards Board of Education for the State of Kentucky.
For the Computer-Based Test:
5710, Computerized PPST Reading
5720, Computerized PPST Writing
5730, Computerized PPST Mathematics
For the Paper-Based Test:
10710, PPST Reading
20720, PPST Writing
10730, PPST Mathematics
The Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board can be viewed on-line at:
For ETS information, go to:
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