Praxis I, Volume 1
You have decided that you want to be teacher, but before you can begin giving the exams, you need to pass one or two of your own - Praxis I and II. The "Praxis I and II Exam Cram" is a concise study guide for these two exams. The book focuses on only what you need to know to pass the exam and doesn't force you to spend your time reading about things you already know. The guide is packed with test taking strategies, tips, tricks and practical knowledge to help you learn and remember the information. A CD is also included that features an innovative test engine that provides multiple test modes, random question and answer order and explanations of all answers, right or wrong. Whether you have to take only one or both of these exams, "Praxis I and II Exam Cram" is an effective study tool that will help you pass the exam the first time.
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