Praxis II Special Education: Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities (5383) Practice Test

While all teachers train hard to be able to meet their students’ needs, teachers of students with learning disabilities require extra credentials to help their classes to the best of their ability. That’s why, across the United States, incoming special education teachers just like you are required to earn a passing score on the Praxis II Special Education: Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities exam. Without it, you can’t start your professional career.

Praxis II Special Education: Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities (5383) Practice Test

To help you prepare to your fullest extent, the Mometrix Test Preparation team has composed a Praxis II Special Education: Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities (5383) practice test. This free study tool comes outfitted with 120 Praxis II Special Education: Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities practice questions, all of which are modeled after the real Praxis II exam.

Through these questions you can familiarize yourself with the following subjects:

  • Foundations and Professional Responsibilities (17 percent)
  • Development and Characteristics of Students with Learning Disabilities (17 percent)
  • Identification, Eligibility, and Placement (12 percent)
  • Instruction (28 percent)
  • Planning and Managing the Learning Environment (26 percent)

We encourage you to use our Praxis II Special Education: Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities practice test alongside our companion study guide for the most thorough study experience.


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by Mometrix Test Preparation | Last Updated: April 5, 2019