How many questions do you have to get right on the PPR?

The TExES PPR (Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities) exam contains 100 multiple-choice questions, 90 of which are scored. The other ten are used as part of a pilot program for future tests.

Correspondingly, is the PPR hard to pass?

Under Pressure: PPR Test In 2015-16, the Texas Education Agency reported 26,899 PPR test takers with an average score of 265.24. The scaled scores range from 100 to 300 with a passing score of 240. Seven percent of test takers failed the exam.

Also, what is passing score on TExES? Passing Scores. All TExES exams are subject to the same scaled scoring range. Examinees will receive a score of no less than 100 and no more than 300 points. In order to pass a test, you need to score 240 or more.

Similarly, it is asked, how do you pass a PPR test?

3 Tips for Passing the PPR

  1. Understand the test. You need to understand the context behind the exam questions.
  2. Study strategically. ETS publishes the testing framework for the PPR EC-12 exam, which tells you all sorts of helpful information including the content of the test and how each domain is weighted.
  3. Prepare for the test day.

How long does the PPR test take?

approximately 5 hours

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