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Has anyone out there taken this exam? It's required in most places in the U.S. to get a Secondary Math Teaching License/Credential. I'm taking it in June. Any advice? Was it hard? Easy? What should I study?
The Secondary Math Praxis II Exam consists of 60 multiple-choice questions and 2 constructed-response questions. The test is divided into two sections, with 50% of the questions covering mathematical content and the other 50% covering pedagogical knowledge and skills.
The exam covers a broad range of topics including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, calculus, and discrete mathematics. It also includes questions on mathematical reasoning, problem-solving, and the use of technology in teaching math.
The passing score for the Secondary Math Praxis II Exam varies by state, but it typically ranges from 160-200 out of a possible 200 points. It is important to check with your state's requirements to determine the passing score for your specific exam.
It is recommended to use study guides and practice tests to familiarize yourself with the content and format of the exam. You can also review your college coursework and textbooks, as well as attend test preparation workshops or classes.
The Secondary Math Praxis II Exam is offered several times throughout the year, typically in testing windows that occur in September, December, March, and June. You can check the ETS website for specific dates and locations.