How do I pass the speech pathology Praxis?
Praxis Exam Preparation
- Become familiar with the format and content of the exam.
- Develop a study plan based on the exam content and your knowledge in each topic area.
- Take advantage of available test preparation materials and practice questions.
- Most importantly, studying for the exam is essential.
How much should I study for the SLP Praxis?
How Much Do You Need to Study for the SLP Praxis®? Most students spend 4-8 weeks of steady, consistent, organized effort to prepare for the exam. However, studying for the exam should be an ongoing strategy throughout graduate school. Organize study and review materials as courses are completed.
What is a good Praxis score speech pathology?
The required score for ASHA and the state boards of examiners on the new scale (100–200) is 162. It is recommended that students take the exam during the final year. The exam is outcome based and depends on the student being able to engage in clinical decision-making.
How many people pass the SLP Praxis the first time?
The SLP Praxis passing score is 162 on a 100-200 point scale. At Pediatric Therapeutic Services (PTS), we surveyed 53 speech-language pathologists in Pennsylvania. An impressive 92% passed the SLP board exam the first time they took it.
How long should you study for the Praxis 2?
For most people, this means that you should begin studying two to three months before the exam. Even if you already know the material really well, it is important to plan on at least one month to familiarize yourself with the scoring, test rules, and different types of test questions.
What percent do I need to pass the SLP Praxis?
For the Praxis Speech-Language Pathology test, the recommended passing score is 74 out of a possible 108 raw-score points. The scaled score associated with a raw score of 74 is 162 on a 100–200 scale.
What happens if you fail the SLP Praxis?
Applicants who fail the examination may retake it; however, if the exam is not successfully passed within the 2-year application period, the applicant’s certification file will be closed.
Is the practice Praxis harder than the test?
This practice section is much harder than the actual test. I wasted about first fifteen minutes in the beginning, and still ended up passing on my first try. (There was 10 days from the time I registered for the test, studied, and took the exam).
How many questions can you miss on the SLP Praxis to pass?
While it’s important to be thoughtful about taking the Praxis, don’t overdo it. You only need a 70% to pass – you don’t have to be perfect. In fact, you can miss three out of ten questions and still be okay because (repeat after me) you are a badass.