The Praxis I tests are given in a computer-based format.
Praxis I Computer-Based Tests
The Praxis I Test does not have specific scheduled dates for the computer-based test. You can schedule your Praxis I test year round at various computer test centers in the U.S., Canada and other countries. The appointments are granted on a first-come, first-served basis, so please be sure to schedule accordingly. You are allowed to take the Praxis I Test only once per calendar month. Additionally, you are not allowed to take the Praxis I Test more than six times within any 12 month period.
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Praxis Computer Test Locations
There are thousands of Praxis I Test Locations located in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Territories. There are International Praxis I Test Centers located at many locations throughout the world. A complete list of Praxis I test center locations by country is provided by test-guide.com for your convenience.
Praxis tests are standardized tests that many states use in their teacher licensure and certification processes. There are two main types of Praxis tests: Praxis I and Praxis II. Praxis I, or Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST), is utilized in the admissions process for teacher education programs. Praxis I measures basic academic skills. The Praxis II tests cover a wide variety of specific content areas. The Praxis II tests are often required before student teaching begins.