Testing Requirements


Passing score on the Reading, Writing and Math sections of the Pre-Professional Skills Test (PPST) or Core (CASE-Core Academic Skills for Educators) are required for admission to the Teacher Education program if the individual score on the ACT corresponding section is less than 22. If a person has a bachelor's degree or higher, they are exempt from the PPST or Core test. The test can be taken as a paper and pencil test on a national test date or computer based through the Kelly Center on campus. To schedule an appointment with the Kelly Center, call 785-628-4401 or register for a test online at www.ets.org and look for PRAXIS I tests.

A subject area assessment is required for each teaching endorsement as well as one Principles of Learning and Teaching (PLT) test. To register for these tests and to get additional information regarding test dates and locations, go to www.ets.org and look for PRAXIS II tests. 

Passing the PLT Test

Provided below are some resources to assist in passing the Principles of Learning and Teaching (PLT) test.