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The Praxis® Tests

Prepare for your teaching career

Select a step to learn more about your Praxis® journey.


Praxis Test Registration

Administered year-round, the Praxis tests are computer delivered in thousands of test centers throughout the country and at home for over 100 test titles.


Before You Begin

Before you schedule your test, review The Praxis® Tests Information Bulletin for registration information, fee and payment policies, forms, and procedures.

Plan Your Test

Find your state requirements to determine what test you need to take and score you need to achieve.


Where to Test

Learn about the different ways you can take a Praxis test and find test centers near you.


Schedule Your Test

Ready to register? Let’s get started! Schedule your Praxis test online.


How to Register

Learn about the different ways to register, how to reschedule, cancel or retake a test, and how much your test costs.

At Home Testing

See if your test is offered at home, and make sure your computer and testing room meet the requirements for at home testing.

ID Requirements

Make sure your identification meets our ID requirements before you register.

Fee Waivers

At ETS, we believe that the cost of a test shouldn’t be a barrier for aspiring educators who require financial assistance. Learn more about our fee waiver program, including who is eligible, what fees are waived and how you can apply.

Accommodations and other scheduling differences

Some test takers may need to follow a different process to schedule their tests. Be sure to read these policies if they apply to you.


Accommodations for test takers with disabilities or health-related needs must be requested before you register for a test. You’ll need to use both the Bulletin and the Bulletin Supplement to complete your request and register.


Extended test time for test takers whose primary language isn’t English, referred to as PLNE accommodations, is available. Test takers who meet requirements will be allowed 50% additional testing time. To learn about the requirements and how to request PLNE accommodations, see the Bulletin (PDF).

The Braille Proficiency Assessment (0633) is paper delivered and has a different registration process.


If you’re taking the ASLPI, you’ll need to register by mail and submit your paperwork to the appropriate group.