​Praxis Subject Assessment


What is the Praxis Subject Assessment? 

The Praxis Subject Assessment is a standardized test offered by Educational Testing Services (ETS) and designed to evaluate a student's knowledge in his/her content area.

Who needs to take the Praxis Subject Assessment?

Students who do not obtain a 3.00 GPA or higher in their teaching majors and teaching minors are required to take the Praxis Subject Assessment in order to complete their teacher certification requirements.

When should I take Praxis Subject Assessment?

The answer to this question varies by student. Only students who do not obtain a 3.00 GPA or higher in their teaching majors and teaching minors are required to take the Praxis Subject Assessment. Students should consult a professional adviser in the School of Education Academic and Career Advising Center with questions.

How do I take Praxis Subject Assessment?

Students who must take the Praxis Subject Assessment can register for the test online at the ETS website (www.ets.org/praxis). Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, depending on seat availability at the test sites.  

What preparation materials exist?

Praxis Subject Assessment Study Guides and Flashcards

Study guides and flash cards have been purchased for each of the subject areas and are available at the Reserve Desk of Albertson Hall (the UWSP library). Study Guides can be checked out for a three-day period.