Praxis by Fay Weldon — Reviews, Discussion, Bookclubs, Lists
5. Organize your study materials: Be sure to go back to original notes, textbooks, and old tests. Don’t confine your studying to the PRAXIS review books.
Four Weeks: I took a full-length practice exam. You can purchase these from ETS. This was a fantastic confidence booster, and I feel like these practice tests prepared me for the exam more than anything else! I got a 700. I printed both the test and the explanations of the answers. I went through one by one (even on the questions I got right the first time) and read the answers, looking up anything I had questions on. During this time, I tended to stay away from my Praxis review book. Instead, I printed off things from the internet or looked back at class notes at topics I did poorly on in this practice exam. For example, I definitely knew I didn’t remember all of the dysarthrias. So, I printed off information on each and studied that for a day.