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All teacher education candidates must meet established criteria
for admission into upper-division professional education study. These criteria
Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators Test
(or CORE), developed by the Educational Testing Service, measures proficiency
in the basic skills of reading, writing and mathematics. These 3, one-hour
tests, designed to be taken as part of your college program of study and to assess
your skills in these three areas, are only available in the computer format. The Educational Testing Service provides specific requirements for other states.
Study guides are available to help you prepare for these tests. You
can download a free Test at a Glance booklet, which gives you an overview of
the three tests and some sample questions in each of the areas, from the
Educational Testing Service. You can purchase a more complete study guide
to CORE at many bookstores or you may borrow study guides from the Education
Resource Center (012 Willard Hall). Students can seek math tutoring at
the Office of Academic Enrichment or the Math Tutorial Lab. Tutors recommend that students bring
and show their work, such as a practice test.
The computer based testing format is offered by scheduling a
specific day and time when it is available at various locations. The
Educational Testing Service provides addtional information about the test and the registration process. At the time you register, you must
designate where you want your test scores sent. You get 3 free copies. You must
designate the University of Delaware (5811) as one of your score recipients. In
addition to UD, you should designate the state of Delaware and one other state
where you may want to teach.
Please note: Because you may qualify for one of the exemptions, we recommend waiting
to take the test until your sophomore or junior year. If you do not qualify for one of the
exemptions, you must take the test and submit passing scores before you apply
for student teaching in February of your junior year.
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