The Vermont Agency of Education requires that all candidates seeking initial licensure in Vermont meet a basic skills requirement by passing the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators Test (Core). You should sign up to take your basic skills examination when you begin studying Foundations of Teaching to ensure that you have time to complete the examination prior to enrollment in Effective Teaching Practices.
Vermont's minimum score requirements can be found here.
To ensure WGU receives your Praxis Core scores, add WGU (Recipient Code #4944) as an official score recipient when you register for Praxis Core. You may also wish to consider consulting the Registering for Praxis Exams article.
Basic Skills Alternatives: The basic skills requirement for Vermont students can also be satisfied by having received a qualifying score on the Praxis I PPST, SAT, ACT, or GRE:
PPST: Scores for the PPST must be prior to 8/31/2014. Students who took the Praxis I PPST or C-PPST must have received a score of at least 177 Reading, 174 Writing, 175 Math and 526 Composite.
SAT: Students who took the SAT before 4/1/1995 must have received a score of at least 420 Verbal, 470 Math, and 1000 Composite. Students who took the SAT on or after 4/1/1995 must have received a score of at least 500 Verbal, 500 Math, and 1100 Composite.
ACT: Students who took the ACT must have received a score of at least 22 English and 22 Math.
GRE: Students who took the GRE before 8/1/2011 must have received a score of at least 500 Verbal, 500 Quantitative, and 1100 Composite. Students who took the GRE on or after 8/1/2011 must have received a score of at least 153 Verbal, 144 Quantitative, and 300 Composite.