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65 free practice test questions for the Praxis II Art Content Knowledge exam given by ETS
The Educational Testing Service (ETS)’s Praxis Art: Content Knowledge exam is a computer based exam assessing art knowledge levels. The exam takes 2 hours, and consists of 120 questions. The questions are selected response format.
The test has two content categories:
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There are 120 questions on the Praxis Art Content exam across the following two categories: Art making (76 questions, 64%) and the Historical and Theoretical (44 questions, 36%).
The Praxis Art Content exam is 2 hours long.
A passing score for the Praxis Art Content exam is considered to be 158 in most states.
A passing grade on the Praxis Art Content exam is intended for individuals who intend to become art teachers after completing undergraduate art education.
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