All initial licensure applicants in the State of Vermont are required to take and pass the Praxis I Pre-Professional-Skills-Test (PPST).
There are two options for taking the PPST: the Computer-Based Praxis I, and the Paper-Based Praxis I. All tests are administered by Educational Testing Services (ETS) through Sylvan Learning Centers or Prometric Testing centers (www.prometric.com).
When you take a Praxis 1 Test in the State of Vermont, your scores will automatically be sent to the Vermont Department of Education. If you would like for your Praxis I test scores to be sent to an institution you are attending, you will need to designate them to receive a score when registering for the test.
The Praxis I can be taken one time each month up to 6 times in a year, including cancelled scores.
The following codes and scores are required for the Praxis I Exam in the State of Vermont
For Computer-Based Praxis I (1) codes and scores are:
5710 CPPST Reading 177
5720 CPPST Writing 174
5730 CPPST Mathematics 175
For Paper-Based Praxis i test codes and scores:
0710 PPST Reading 177
0720 PPST Writing 174
0730 PPST Mathematics 175
A composite score of 526 is also acceptable.
These test score requirements are higher than the National Average, so let us help you achieve passing scores. We offer a comprehensive and convenient test preparation program. You can access our on-line resource from any computer with internet access.
For more Praxis I (1) Test information go to Educational Testing Services (ETS) at www.ets.org.
For more information, contact:
Vermont Department of Education
The State Office Building
120 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05620-2501
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