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65 free practice test questions for the Praxis Core: Math teacher's exam given by ETS
The Educational Testing Service (ETS)’s Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators: Mathematics exam is a computer based exam assessing mathematics levels of educators. The exam takes 85 minutes, and consists of 56 questions. The questions consists of multiple choice, single answer, and numeric entry format questions; on-screen calculators will be available when necessary.
The test has four content categories:
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There are 56 questions on the Praxis Core Math exam across the following three categories: Number and quantity (20 questions), Data Interpretation and Representation, Statistics, and Probability (18 questions), and Algebra and geometry (18 questions).
The Praxis Core Math exam is 1 hour and 30 minutes long.
A passing score for the Praxis Core Math exam is considered to be 150 in most states.
A passing grade on the Praxis Core Math is often required for entry into teaching preparation courses.
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