The California Subject Examinations for Teachers, or CSET, is a group of subject matter tests used in California and other states to assess mastery of subject matter content for prospective K-12 teachers.
The credential you are applying for will determine what CSET exam(s) you’ll need to take. These are called subtests. They can be taken separate or together if you are taking multiple.
A passing score is a requirement for teacher certification in California. Try out a free CSET practice test below and see how you do.
The ParaPro assessment (ParaPro) is a Praxis exam designed to evaluate the skills of both prospective and currently practicing paraprofessionals in the education field. Try out a free ParaPro practice test below and see how you do.
Not only does it measure a candidate’s skills and knowledge in core educational subjects, but it also measures the candidate’s abilities in applying these skills in a classroom learning environment.
Use our CBEST practice tests (updated for 2021) to prepare for your upcoming California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST). The CBEST exam is intended to measure basic math, reading, and writing skills of students who want to be educators in California.
The CBEST consists of 50 multiple choice questions on math and reading topics as well as two written essays.
Reviewing real CBEST questions and answers is the best way to study for your California teacher credential exam. All of our practice tests include answer explanations and automatic scoring.