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ASHA Practice Tests & Questions

At we take great pride in our practice tests and their ability to help you pass your American Speech-Language-Hearing Association certification exam. We are confident in our ability to help you pass your ASHA exam and look forward to helping you achieve your goals.

We offer 3 ASHA subjects with 35 different exams utilizing 4,200 unique questions specifically designed to help you pass your ASHA certification exam. Our practice tests simulate the actual testing experiences by covering the required competencies and incorporating content and the application of skills necessary for you to be ready for opportunities requiring certification by the ASHA.

Who is American Speech-Language-Hearing Association ?

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 211,000 members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. ASHA is based in the United States, but you can take their certification exams from any location with internet access through the Praxis Series website.

Step 1: Eligibility and Application

To become eligible for the ASHA certification, you need to have a graduate degree in communication sciences and disorders or a related field, completed a period of supervised clinical experience, passed a national examination in speech-language pathology or audiology, and successfully completed a professional experience year.

After ensuring you meet all the eligibility requirements, you can apply for the certification through the ASHA’s online portal. You will need to submit the necessary documentation and pay the certification fees.

Step 2: Scheduling the Exam

Once your application is approved, you will receive an Authorization to Test (ATT) letter. You can then schedule your exam on the Praxis Series website. The exams are administered by ETS and can be taken at a testing center or at home. It's recommended to schedule your exam as early as possible to get your preferred test date and time.

Step 3: Taking the Exam

On the day of your exam, make sure you have a quiet and private location with a reliable internet connection if you're taking the test from home. Be prepared with the necessary identification documents and make sure to read and understand the examination rules before starting.

You can find more information on the ASHA’s website at