Praxis tests are expensive, and students often have to take 5 or more Praxis I and II exams. Please plan a praxis test-taking schedule. Spend time with your advisor to make this plan. The best preparation for Praxis II exams is offered through our course work; candidates should be aware that course material and course work is based on and aligned with best practice, as are the Praxis exams.
Additionally, the library has Praxis Prep books on reserve for candidates. We continue to expand our offering of Praxis preparation material through our book buy-back program. Please see the Administrative Assistant in the School of Education and Public Service for details.
Membership in the STEA offers the advantage of access to on-line Praxis preparation material and workshops offered free to members.
Finally, there other Praxis preparation websites available for free. As always, be sure to critically evaluate web-based materials. The Educational Testing Service (ETS), which creates and delivers the Praxis II tests, has Test-at-a-glance materials available on their website. On that page, scroll down and click the name of the test you are interested in taking to see the Test-at-a-glance material (many require a pdf reader such as Adobe).
Some Praxis exams have practice test ebooks that can be purchased on-line for relatively cheap from the ETS site. Explore their webpages thoroughly for these resources. For example, a test preparation ebooklet is available.