Praxis Test Information

THE FOLLOWING SCORES ARE CURRENT FOR THE 2014-2015 YEAR:

Praxis and School Leadership Tests

Applicants for New Jersey licensure in subject teaching fields, early childhood, and elementary education must pass the appropriate PRAXIS II Subject Assessment test(s) PRIOR TO STUDENT TEACHING (See OFE Website for dates that scores must be received). All Scores on Praxis II: Subject Assessment tests must be sent to the New Jersey Department of Education by coding R7666 on your registration form (the State of NJ will not acknowledge scores if they aren't listed as a recipient of due to HIPPA regulations) . LICENSURE WILL NOT BE ISSUED IF THE NJDOE IS NOT A RECIPIENT OF YOUR SCORES.  Also, please request to have a copy of your score sent to  William Paterson University by coding R2518 on your registration form. You must also include your Social Security number when completing your registration form. Candidates must submit copies of passing scores on all required licensure exams for their education program prior to Student Teaching.

** Students May contact ETS if they require special testing accommodations for special circumstances such as: second language learners, diagnosed learning disabilities., etc. For more information please click here.

Test codes that begin with "5" or "6" are delivered in computer format; codes that begin with "0" or "1" are delivered on paper  All tests are paper-delivered unless otherwise noted.


To Be Certified in:

Test Code

Score

Early Childhood: (Preschool - Grade 3)

0022 or 5022

159

Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects (PDF)

5031

NA

      Reading and Language Arts Subtest 

5032

165

      Mathematics Subtest (Calculator allowed.)

5033

164

      Social Studies Subtest 

5034

155

      Science Subtest (Calculator allowed.)

5035

159

To pass the Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects test you must receive a passing score on each subtest. Beginning in September, you are no longer required to take the full test on your first attempt. If you wish to take all four subtests (5032, 5033, 5034, 5035) at the same time, select Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects (5031) when registering. If you wish to take or retake an individual subtest, you may register to take just that subtest.  

Elementary Multiple Subjects 5001

 

 

Reading and language Arts Subtest

5002

TBA

Mathematics Subtest

5003

TBA

Social Studies Subtest

5004

TBA

Science Subtest

5005

TBA

To pass the Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects test you must receive a passing score on each subtest. If you wish to take all four subtests (5002, 5003, 5004, 5005) at the same time, select Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects (5001) when registering. If you wish to take or retake an individual subtest, you may register to take just that subtest.

Middle School English Language Arts

5047 

164

Middle School Mathematics (Calculator allowed.)

5169 

165

Middle School Science

5439

TBA

Middle School Social Studies

0089 or 5089

158

Biology and

0235 or 5235

152

      General Science

0435 or 5435

152

Chemistry, and

0245 or 5245

152

      General Science

0435 or 5435

152

Earth Science, and

0571 or 5571

153

      General Science

0435 or 5435

152

Physical Science – Chemistry and

0245 or 5245

152

      Physics and

0265 or 5265

141

General Science

0435 or 5435

152

Physics and

0265 or 5265

141

 General Science

0435 or 5435

152

Art: Content Knowledge

0134 or 5134

158

English Language Arts

5038 

167

French: World Language

5174

162

Health and Physical Education  Required beginning 9/1/2014.

5857

TBA

Mathematics (On-screen graphing calculator provided)

5161

165

Music

5113

153

Physical Education

0091 or 5091

148

Social Studies

0081 or 5081

157

Spanish

5195

168

Administrator/School Leader

To Be Certified in

You Need to Take

Test Code

Qualifying Score

Principal

School Leaders Licensure Assessment (PDF) (Computer) (Must use SLS Bulletin to register.)

6011

163

 School Administrator

 School Superintendent Assessment (PDF) (Computer) (Available beginning December 2012.)(Must use SLS website to register.)

 6021

 *

  *Qualifying Score to be determined by the New Jersey Department of Educaiton

Examination Dates

COMPREHENSIVE EXAMS
Comprehensive exams are offered through each individual program. Please contact the program coordinator for more information.

2014-2015 Praxis II Test Dates and Information
NEW JERSEY TEACHER TESTING PROGRAM
TEST DATES, DEADLINES AND TEST FEES FOR 
TESTS REQUIRED FOR CERTIFICATION
IN NEW JERSEY 

IT IS IMPORTANT TO REVIEW THE INFORMATION INCLUDED IN THIS DOCUMENT REGARDING THE TEST REQUIRED FOR THE SPECIFIC CERTIFICATE FOR WHICH YOU ARE APPLYING, AND TO REGISTER FOR THE APPROPRIATE TEST

 

For more information on testing dates and centers:

 

SCHOOL LEADERSHIP SERIES TESTS

School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA)
School Superintendent Assessment (SSA)

Licensure Area

Session/Test Code

Test Name

              Qualifying Score

Principal

11011 (PDF)

School LeadersLicensure Assessment

163

School Administrator

11020 (PDF)

School Superintendent Assessment

151

INFORMATION ABOUT REGISTRATION, TEST CENTERS AND SCORE REPORTING IS INCLUDED IN THE BULLETIN. BULLETINS MAY BE OBTAINED AS FOLLOWS:


The Praxis Series
Educational Testing Service
P.O. Box 6051
Princeton, NJ 08541-6051
(800) 772-9476 The School Leadership Series

Educational Testing Service
P.O. Box 6051 Princeton, NJ 08541-6051
(800) 772-9476
The bulletins are also available online at the Praxis Web Site: http://www.ets.org/praxis and at the School Leadership Series Web Site: http://www.ets.org/sls.

Please request to have a copy of your score to be sent to William Paterson University and the NJ DOE by coding R2518 AND R7666 on your registration form. You must also include your Social Security number when completing your registration form. Candidates should be submitting their Praxis II scores to the College of Education prior to Student Teaching. Please see your education advisor for additional information.

PRAXIS Disability Accommodation Requests

Helpful linkshttp://www.ets.org/praxis/register/disabilities?WT.ac=praxishome_disabilities_121126 and http://www.ets.org/disabilities/documentation

Allow ample time.  Your first step is to contact the WPUNJ Office of Disability Services. 

Contact Jackie Safont, Director of the Office of Disability Services safontj@wpunj.edu or 973-720-2853

Helpful PRAXIS disability accommodation links: http://www.ets.org/praxis/register/disabilities?WT.ac=praxishome_disabilities_121126  and http://www.ets.org/disabilities/documentation

If you are requesting accommodations for a disability or a health-related need, you must register by mail. However, you may create a My Praxis account to view scores online and order additional score reports.

Follow the steps below to register:

Primary Language Not English (PLNE) accommodations http://www.ets.org/praxis/register/accommodations/plne/

You must also register online and fill in paperwork requesting accommodations. Typical turnaround time is 2-3 weeks after the request is received.