If you're thinking about becoming a teacher, you may have heard about the Praxis II test before. Forty-five out of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands all require an individual to take and pass some version of the exam before an individual can receive his or her license to teach. As a result, there's a pretty good chance you will have to take the Praxis II exam at some point if you are really hoping to make your way into a teaching career. Unfortunately, the Praxis II test is not always the easiest test to pass. If you are looking for help with the Praxis I test please review our free Praxis I test resources.
There are more than 125 versions of the exam, with each version specifically designed to test an individual's knowledge of a specific subject. In other words, you really need to know what you are doing to pass the subject exams you are required to take to teach those subjects. However, many people find that the Praxis II is much easier if they know what to expect and how to prepare. So here is some helpful information about the basic setup of the Praxis II test and the best ways to prepare for the exam.
PRAXIS Test II Practice Questions Directory
The information that you will find on the links below will assist you in your studies. This website has been provided to provide information that you may find useful preparing yourself for your Praxis II examination. The list below does not include every Praxis II test, but more practice questions are being added as they become available.