Utah Alternate Route Program
Alternative Routes to Licensure (ARL) candidates typically take the same Praxis™ tests as all other licensure candidates and should use other sections of this site to find the appropriate test. (See Utah Test Requirements.)
However, in rare circumstances, ARL candidates may need to take one of the tests listed below in order to fulfill licensing requirements. No Utah licensing candidate should take any of these tests unless they are specifically directed to do so by the Utah State Office of Education ARL Specialist.
Locate general information on the Utah ARL Program, or contact the Utah State Office of Education ARL Specialist prior to registering for any of these tests.
Participants in Utah's ARL program will be issued a Level 1 Utah Professional Educator License in the selected area of concentration.
Most tests are offered in both Session 1 and Session 2. Refer to the fees page for tests that are restricted to a particular session.
In general, unless it is specifically stated that a calculator is permitted or required for a particular test, calculators may not be used on any Praxis tests (see Calculator Use).
If you test in Utah, your score report will be sent automatically to the Utah State Office of Education. If you test outside of Utah, select the Utah State Office of Education (state code 8375) as a score recipient when you register or on an additional score report request.
- In general, test codes that begin with "5" are delivered in computer format; codes that begin with "0" are delivered on paper.
- "CDT" refers to computer-delivered tests. "PDT" refers to paper-delivered tests.
|To Be Licensed in||You Need to Take||CDT Code||PDT Code||Qualifying Score|
|Foreign Language Endorsement||World Languages Pedagogy||n/a||0841||170*|
|Mathematics Endorsement: Levels 2, 3 or 4||Mathematics: Proofs, Models, and Problems, Part I (Graphing calculator required.)||n/a||0063||159*|
n/a — Not available in this delivery method.
This page is a supplement to The Praxis Series™ Information Bulletin.