|As part of your exam preparation, familiarize yourself with
Praxis exam content. Know how the test is structured and what
kinds of questions to expect. Practice answering various types
of questions by completing practice exams in your area of study.
What is the overall format
of the exam?
For information on the number of questions and format of
questions please visit
Audiology Test at a Glance [PDF] and
Test at a Glance [PDF].
- The Praxis exam in Audiology has 120 questions (as of
- The Praxis exam in Speech-Language
Pathology has 120
questions (as of Fall 2004).
- Test-takers have two hours to complete the exam.
- There are several versions of each exam. Each version is
statistically comparable to the other versions.
- The exam consists of multiple-choice questions with
varying degrees of complexity, including case study
- The Praxis II: Subject Assessments are
offered as paper tests only.
What is the format of the individual questions?
There are three types of multiple choice questions that
appear on the exam with increasing level of complexity.
What topics are covered on the exam?
The Praxis exam is comprehensive, covering material learned
throughout both undergraduate and graduate courses. As a result,
test-takers will need to synthesize information they have
learned from many sources and understand the subject as a
Audiology Praxis exam content (exam specifications)
Speech-language pathology Praxis exam content (exam
Does the Praxis exam in Audiology assess the knowledge and
skills of candidates who pursued a master's degree or a doctoral
The Praxis Audiology exam is developed according to the basic
tenet that exam items for a credentialing exam assess the
knowledge and skills required to perform the job in the context
of current practice. The blueprint for the exam is derived from
the knowledge and skills generated from the practice and
curriculum analysis that resulted in the establishment of the
doctoral entry degree requirement for the profession of