The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) requires three tests for teacher certification. The three tests are: the Basic Skills test, the Elementary Education test, and the subject-area test. The passing of a Basic Skills test that is made up of Reading, Writing and Mathematics is required in order to enroll in your Student Teaching Program. Many Institutions of Higher Learning have designated the Praxis I PPST (Pre-Professional Skills Test) to accomplish their goal of assessing students entering a teacher program. Michigan allows you to be assessed according to your institutions recommendations.
When you find out what your individual requirements are from your accredited education program, let us help you to achieve the score you want with our on-line help in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics sections of the PRAXIS I or PRE-Professional-Skills-Test (PPST). This is an easy, comprehensive and convenient source for your PRAXIS Study needs.
The Test number and name are listed below, with scores being withheld. Please check with your Educational Institution for Qualifying Scores for the PRAXIS I.
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
This online Praxis 1 Review is the most comprehensive program available. All of the information you seek will be at your fingertips. Study and gain the confidence that you need to pass the PRAXIS I the first time.
The Praxis 1 can be taken once per month up to 6 times in one year, even a cancelled score counts as one of the 6 tries. Let us help you pass your Praxis I Examination the first time. Our on-line information is so comprehensive, that we feel you will be completely prepared and confident to pass the Praxis i. Once you are a member you can access this site from any computer, for your study convenience.
Michigan Department of Education
608 W. Allegan Street
P.O. Box 30008
Lansing, MI 48909
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