Due to the number of subjects and practice tests we offer, please tell us which test you'd like to see pricing for.
Not sure which test you're looking for? Use our search bar to find the test of your choice.
Praxis Special Education: Teaching Students with Visual Impairments Passing Scores
Praxis Special Education: Teaching Students with Visual Impairments by State
The Praxis Special Education: Teaching Students with Visual Impairments (5282) exam was developed as an assessment of the knowledge, skills and abilities of new teachers in Virginia. The material the test is based around comes from the standards set by The Council for Exceptional Children. The two hour exam is made up of 120 selected-response, computer-based questions. To ensure you’re adequately prepared for this rigorous exam, take time to review concepts including educational rights of students with disabilities and the development and characteristics of students with visual impairments.
The range of possible scores is 100 to 200.
State / Region
American Samoa Arkansas Colorado District of Columbia Hawaii Idaho Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Mississippi Nebraska Nevada New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Northern Mariana Islands Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee West Virginia