Develop a Study Plan
A study plan provides a roadmap to prepare for the Praxis™ tests. It can help you understand what skills and knowledge are covered on the test and where to focus your attention. A written study plan can help you organize your efforts. Follow the steps below to create your own.
- Define content areas: List the most important content areas to be covered on the test as outlined in the Test at a Glance (TAAG).
- Determine strengths and weaknesses: Identify your strengths and weaknesses in each content area using the TAAG.
- Identify resources available: Identify books, courses and other resources you plan to use for each content area.
- Develop a schedule: Create and commit to a schedule that provides for regular study periods.
- Study with others: Join a study group and prepare with others who are planning to take the same Praxis test.
- Review previous score reports: If you are retaking a Praxis test, review your score report, discuss it with your academic advisor, and target areas for additional study.