# What do I need to know for the math praxis?

**10 Praxis Core Math Tips**

**Know**the terms on the exam.**Know**the formulas on the exam.- Really
**know**the terms and formulas. - Don't overthink
**math**problems. - Eliminate obviously incorrect answer choices.
- Get good at mental
**math**. - Get good at estimation.
**Know**how to estimate pi.

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People also ask, what kind of math is on the Praxis?

Algebra and functions (approximately 1/3 of the exam) covers real-life **math** problems, properties of operations, linear equations, functions, graphing, and modeling. Geometry (approximately 1/5 of the exam) covers geometrical figures, theorem circles, angles, area, surface area, volume, and geometric concepts.

Likewise, what is the passing score for Praxis Core math? 150

People also ask, what do I need to know for the Praxis?

**The Three Things You MUST Know to Pass the PRAXIS CORE**

- 1.) Basic Mathematical Formulas. The math section of the PRAXIS CORE covers five basic mathematical formulas: slope-intercept form, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume of basic shapes (rectangles, circles, cylinders, prisms).
- 2.) Constructed Response Answers.
- 3.) Fundamental Grammar.

Is the Praxis math test hard?

The basic content of the **Praxis** Core is — in theory — not so **hard**. The Core Reading, Core Writing, and Core **Math** tests are designed to **test** the academic skills you were taught in middle school and high school.