PECT

PECT


The Pennsylvania Educator Certification Tests (PECT) website has been updated to include complete services and information for PECT candidates, including Internet registration.

Pre K-4, Special Education PK-8 and Special Education 7-12

The Pennsylvania Educator Certification Tests (PECT) website also gives information for PreK–4, Special Education PreK–8, and Special Education 7–12 majors on what tests you will need for what was Praxis II. The updated website has been designed to be the center for all PECT program services, information, and transactions. Candidates have direct access to components of the PECT program, including:

  • information about the tests that are available and what test(s) they need to take
  • information about registering for a test and scheduling a test session (including test dates and sites)
  • information about testing policies and alternative testing arrangements
  • test preparation materials, including study guides and full-length practice tests
  • information about reference materials provided for a test (e.g., a calculator or glossary)
  • information about their test results (i.e., score reports)
  • a personal, password-protected account through which they can:
    • » quickly and easily register for a test and schedule a test session
      » check the status of a registration and modify or cancel a registration, if needed
      » access individual score reports and testing history

Mid-level (4-8) Major

If you are a mid-level (4-8) major, you can find information about the tests that are replacing the current Praxis II tests for mid-level at: Pennsylvania teacher education program candidates may now register for the 4-8 pedagogy, core and subject matter content tests at www.ets.org. Candidates in the 4-8 programs are required to take and successfully pass the 4-8 Praxis tests for PA Certification.

The ETS website has been updated to provide information on 4-8 testing and program services, information, and transactions. Candidates have direct access to components of the 4-8 Praxis Tests, including:

  • information about the tests that are available and what test(s) they need to take
  • information about registering for a test and scheduling a test session (including test dates and sites)
  • information about testing policies and alternative testing arrangements
  • test preparation materials, including study guides information about reference materials provided for a test (e.g., a calculator or glossary)
  • information about their test results (i.e., score reports)