Practicing the Praxis: Sampling Some Practice Questions
IN THIS CHAPTER
Trying your hand at some sample Praxis questions
Checking out the right and wrong answers
Determining the areas where you need to study
If you’re just beginning to prepare to take the Praxis, this chapter is a good place to start. It gives you a sense of the types of math, reading, and writing questions you’ll encounter when you face the real exam.
In this chapter, we give you an opportunity to see where your strengths and weaknesses lie. You can determine whether you need to spend the next few weeks studying statistics and probability questions, grammar rules, or reading comprehension strategies. Or maybe you’ll decide that you just need to fine-tune one or two specific areas of knowledge, and that’s fine too.
Going through the Pre-Assessment Questions
In just a minute here, we’ll be tossing some practice questions at you. Actually, because there are complete practice tests later in the book, ...