MD Basic Skills Requirements

Maryland Basic Skills Requirements

 
Basic Skills Exam
Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators: Combined Test (5751) You should sign up to take your basic skills examination when you begin studying Foundations of Teaching to ensure you have time to pass the examination prior to enrollment in Effective Teaching Practices.
 
Alternative Basic Skills Exams
The following alternative exams can be used to meet the Basic Skills Requirement upon the noted conditions.
Retired:  Praxis I Pre-Professional Skills Tests, PPST If you achieved a minimum composite score of 527 before to 9/1/2014, the Praxis I Pre-Professional Skills Tests (PPST) exam can be used to satisfy the Basic Skills Requirement.
Basic Skills Alternative: SAT (Math and Verbal OR Math and Critical Reading) If you achieved a minimum composite score of 1000 before to 4/1/1995, the SAT exam can be used to satisfy the Basic Skills Requirement.
If you achieve a minimum composite score of 1100 after 4/1/1995, the SAT exam can be used to satisfy the Basic Skills Requirement.
Basic Skills Alternative:  ACT English/Writing and Mathematics  This exam can be used to satisfy the Basic Skills Requirement if you achieve a minimum combined score of 24.
Basic Skills Alternative:  GRE General Test If you achieved a minimum composite score of 1000 before 9/1/2011, the GRE exam can be used to satisfy the Basic Skills Requirement.
If you achieved a minimum composite score of 297 after 9/1/2011, the GRE exam can be used to satisfy the Basic Skills Requirement.



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