Frequently Asked PRAXIS Questions

How do I know which Praxis exam to take?

Each state that uses Praxis tests sets its own testing requirements. To find out which test you should take, check your state’s requirement page at

What’s the best way to register to take a Praxis exam

Online registration is available for all Praxis tests, except for the Praxis I computer-based test. You may register for a Praxis test at

What if I miss a registration date?

If you miss the regular registration deadline, late registration is available, for an additional fee. The dates and fees can be found at

What should I do if I can’t remember my Praxis username and/or password?

You may request your username and/or password at

Where can I access the online Praxis information bulletin?

Download the latest addition at

Where can I find information to help me prepare for my Praxis test?

Free booklets called Test at a Glance (TAAGs), are available for each Praxis test. These booklets contain a list of study topics and other vital information about the test you are about to take. A complete list of TAAGs for each Praxis test is available at

Where can I get information about test preparation and study tips?

You can find helpful information about:

When will my scores be available and where can I get help understanding my scores?

Scores are available about one month after your test date. A list of actual dates can be found at Information about interpreting test results and a free booklet called Understanding Your Praxis Scores can be found at

How can I order additional score reports?

You may order additional score reports at

How can I contact ETS and The Praxis Series tests?

Inside the U.S., U.S. Territories* and Canada
1-800-772-9476, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. ET (except for U.S. holidays).

Outside the U.S., U.S. Territories* and Canada
1-609-771-7395, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. ET

For deaf or hearing-impaired
1-609-771-7714 (TTY), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for test takers who are deaf or hearing-impaired.

Recorded information is available 24 hours a day with a touch-tone phone. Phones are busiest between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and all day on Monday.


*Includes American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands.