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TExES test prep modules exclusively for Texas Teachers interns

28 Test Prep Modules to Help You Succeed


We’ve added even more test prep to help you complete your content exam requirement. In addition to our Online Study Community, where you can read real tips and hints from other Interns, these TExES test specific modules can be a huge help when studying. Each one includes test methodology and a practice exam! These modules are just one more way Texas Teachers helps you fulfill your dream of becoming a teacher.

To gain access to these test prep modules:


  1. Apply for free on this website.
  2. Complete all steps for admission into the Texas Teachers program including your interview with a Program Advisor.
  3. Based on the content exam you choose the cooperating test prep module will be added to your Canvas account for access whenever you are ready.

 

If you are already enrolled in the Texas Teachers program, you simply need to call or email and request to have the appropriate exam prep added to your Canvas account.

This required course is designed to prepare candidates to take the subject area competency exam for professional licensure. The exam is taken prior to entering the classroom and encompasses Agriculture, Food, Natural Resources 6-12.

This required course is designed to prepare candidates to take the subject area competency exam for professional licensure. The exam is taken prior to entering the classroom and encompasses Art EC-12.

“Take any practice tests you can find. On questions pertaining to classroom structure, make sure to choose the most student focused answer or the answer that engages all students equally.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“Just stay focused if provided use the ear muffs to avoid noise distractions.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“The main way to prepare for the exam is to work on improving general proficiency in the 4 language skills. Many different topics are used to show content and vocabulary knowledge.” -Texas Teachers Intern

*Practice test not currently included with this course.

“I didn’t take any practice exams until I covered all the material. Knowing the vocabulary is very important.” – Texas Teachers Intern

This course prepares you to take the Chemistry 7-12 content exam. The test preparation resource course includes an overview of the test, review of each of the content domains, standards and competencies, an explanation of the types of questions encountered on the test, additional resources available for study, and a practice test that is aligned to the standards and competencies on the actual test.

This course prepares you to take the Computer Science 7-12 content exam. The test preparation resource course includes an overview of the test, review of each of the content domains, standards and competencies, an explanation of the types of questions encountered on the test, additional resources available for study, and a practice test that is aligned to the standards and competencies on the actual test.

“I used the online study guide provided by Texas Teachers. I did the practice questions provided. I went through and answered the questions I was confident about and marked those that I was unsure of and went back. I had plenty of time to finish the test and scored a 283/300.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“The computer-based test is well organized by each subject, so it allowed me to gather my thoughts before proceeding. ” – Texas Teachers Intern

“Don’t just assume that you know them, but actually have a good in-depth understanding of the terms, procedures,programs, etc.” -Texas Teachers Intern

“Take your time and read the questions carefully.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“A lot of people advised that the best way to take the test was to imagine the questions occurring in an ideal-world scenario where teachers have more freedom and kids are better behaved than the usually are; I used this approach and it worked well for me.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“Taking the test I recommend reading all what people wrote on this online community. It really prepared me for test. It was what I expected.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“Even though digital camera and design are what most people use in school, there are a few questions about dark rooms and film cameras as well.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“…review the ACTFL proficiency guides and the 5 C’s standards.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“There are lots of diagrams, so brush up on your vocabulary.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“A good thing to look over are the formulas and properties used in Pre-Algebra and Algebra.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“As mentioned by a few, make it a habit to use the ETS free graphing calculator and use graphs whenever possible to answer and verify answers. ” – Texas Teachers Intern

” A majority of questions were music theory, and it is worth the time brushing up on your modes, cadences, chord progressions, suspensions, etc.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“…refresh on as much kinesiology as possible.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“Use strategies to eliminate the obvious wrong answers.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“…for the physics you need to know energy, force, velocity, acceleration, and the PV=nRT equations.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“The questions were conceptual, and most questions required understanding of passages as it pertained to History, Economics, and applying knowledge to scenarios.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“My best advice would be to become familiar with the overall picture of history. Most of the questions are asking about causes and effects and relations of major events.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“The online study materials accessible through the Texas Teachers website were awesome! They were very user friendly and contained adequate preparation materials. The practice tests were similar to the actual computer administered tests.” – Texas Teachers Intern

“I was surprised at the theory questions that were asked. I expected it to all be subject matter. There were no coding questions on html. Only layout questions about webpages. ” – Texas Teachers Intern

“Familiarize yourself with some educational vocabulary, like “cooperative learning” or “scaffolding” because there will be some pedagogical questions. ” – Texas Teachers Interns

All teachers in the state of Texas must pass this exam in order to become fully certified and receive their standard certificate.

This exam does not test you on knowledge in a particular content area, but rather addresses the theory of various aspects of teaching and what a first year teacher should know.

“Most of the questions were easy to reduce down to 2 answers. If you are doing the computer test mark the ones you are unsure of and come back to it I found some of the other questions clarified things for me.” – Texas Teachers Intern

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