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How Faculty Can Help

As a faculty member, how can I help prepare candidates for the Praxis exam?

Your students look to you for academic and professional guidance. You can help your students prepare for the Praxis exam, an important career step for any beginning practitioner. Here are some ways that you can help:

  • Familiarize yourself with the test format and content.
  • Consider ways to incorporate case study multiple-choice questions into course activities and multiple-choice questions with varying degrees of complexity.
  • Give students opportunities to practice clinical problem-solving exam questions in academic classes.
  • Provide sample exam questions for each class and discuss the answers during class.
  • Request that the school's bookstore and library stock Praxis study guides.
  • Discuss the Praxis exams throughout the academic program as a certification and licensure requirement.
  • Schedule department comprehensive examinations at a time that does not conflict or compete with the Praxis examinations.
  • Help students organize study groups/review sessions.
  • Encourage students to prepare for the examination.
  • Advise students on the most appropriate time to take the Praxis exam.
  • Review the Examinee Score Report with recent test-takers.
  • Review the Professor's Guide to the PRAXIS II Tests (available for purchase from ETS)
  • Consider sponsoring an ETS workshop [PDF] at your academic program.


ASHA National Exam Performance Survey

In 2000, ASHA surveyed students, recent graduates, and program directors. Approximately 4000 students and recent graduates participated along with 250 academic program directors.

  • Less than half of students/recent grads were satisfied with the level of assistance received from their instructors about the Praxis exam.
  • Less than a quarter of academic programs reported making special efforts to assist exam candidates who may be at risk for not passing.
  • Most of the information received about the Praxis exam came from other exam candidates.
  • Individual study was the most widely used preparation strategy, followed by use of the ETS study guides.
  • The most frequently noted comment dealt with timing issues. Respondents indicated a need for test-takers to learn to pace themselves during the exam.
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