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Hi Dear teachers. I am mostly reading first videos especially and it could be boring for you. The most important part is Answers. There are so many useful hints for passing the test. Be patient.

I will put some comments from my teachers who took the test and passed

  • Cynthia Maltez2 weeks ago. I had 2 days to prepare for the PPR! During this stressful time due to the pandemic I had trouble staying focused but I prayed&prayed. I started by taking the $10 practice test on TeXes to see what I didn’t understand. I watched all of your videos and completed each quiz at the end of the videos. I also looked up definitions and examples of specific vocabulary. Then I took the exam in the manual and read the reasoning for each answer.. I studied Blooms Taxonomy. Slowly read the question and highlighted keywords and terms. Read the question 3-4 times. & PASSED THE TEST!! Thank you for your helpful videos!

  • Vanessa Tippol 1 year ago Thank you for doing this!

  • I watched all of your PPR videos and I took notes of your tips and advice! I passed my PPR from the first try! Thank you so much for sharing this important information and tips 😀 For anyone who is studying for the PPR, watch the videos, take notes, study every day for like one hour or it depends on your time limit, and find practice questions online. Always the best scenario perfect world and eliminate answer choices that don’t make sense!

  • Jose Caceres1 year ago. Thank you for all the competencies you posted on here. I will be taking my PPR exam in a month.

  • Blessed Soul 3 months ago. I passed my PPR on my very 1st attempt last Saturday. I used 3.5 hours on the allocated time. Praise God!

  • Teebox 1 year ago. I had one week to prepare for the test and these videos pretty much covered everything I needed to know. Just one tip. The questions on the test are very literal so read the question, look at the choices and read the question again and think carefully about what it’s asking. If you do that, there is only one answer that goes with the question. These videos were a life-saver.

  • Thank you 😀 It is a really great idea! Helped a lot 🙂

  • I was trying to take the test and I couldn’t find any resources then I promised to myself that I will prepare the videos to help everyone. Btw, it is very great to hear you passed first attempt.

  • Lamiss A 5 months ago I watched all of your PPR videos and I took notes of your tips and advice! I passed my PPR from the first try! Thank you so much for sharing this important information and tips 😀 For anyone who is studying for the PPR, watch the videos, take notes, study every day for like one hour or it depends on your time limit, and find practice questions online. Always the best scenario perfect world and eliminate answer choices that don’t make sense!

  • Yes, I passed 😀 Your tips helped a lot! Thank you so much! I am sharing your videos with my classmates so they can watch them and benefit too 😀

  • Gabriel F.K.3 weeks ago. Thank you. Passed at my first attempt.

  • Luis Villa 1 year ago. Just a tip guys i have failed this test 3 times i know for a fact it will ask formal/abstract thinking and concrete thinking, and some jean piaget questions learn as much as you can good luck this test ruined my life

  • Elle M. T.1 year ago. this is soo helpful! i really mean it, this is better than the training i had to sign up for in order to take the PPR exam.

The Texas Examinations of Educator Standards (TExES) Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities (PPR) test is administered to teachers seeking certification in Texas. Learn more about the content, structure and purpose of this test, and find out what you can do to prepare. Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities EC–12 (160) The TExES PPR EC-12 (160): Practice & Study Guide measures a test taker’s knowledge of educational theory and pedagogy. This computer-based exam includes 100 multiple-choice questions to be completed over the course of a 5-hour testing session. Content covers four key domains, or teaching skills, expected of certified educators in Texas public or charter schools.

Expected Outcomes

  1. How to Become a Licenced Teacher
  2. Professional and Pedagogy