Praxis Elementary Education: Three Subject Bundle (5901) Practice Test

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The Praxis Elementary Education: Three Subject Bundle exam is a test used to evaluate the knowledge and skills of prospective entry-level teachers for elementary school.

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Exam Outline Review

The Praxis Elementary Education Three Subject Bundle exam is comprised of three subtests, all of which must be passed in order to pass the full Praxis 5901 exam. There are approximately 165 questions on the exam, and you will be given an overall time limit of 3 hours and 5 minutes.
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Mathematics (5903)

The Mathematics subtest contains 50 selected-response and numeric entry questions, and you will be timed at 65 minutes. You will be provided with an on-screen scientific calculator for this subtest.

The questions are grouped into three categories:

I. Numbers and Operations (20 questions)
  • Place value system
  • Operations
  • Properties of rational numbers
  • Proportional relationships
  • Percents
  • Basic concepts of number theory
  • Determining the reasonableness of results
II. Algebraic Thinking (15 questions)
  • Evaluating and manipulating algebraic expressions, equations, and formulas
  • Meanings of linear equation and inequality solutions
  • Recognizing and representing patterns
III. Geometry and Measurement, Data, Statistics, and Probability (15 questions)
  • Classifying one-, two-, and three-dimensional figures
  • Solving problems involving volume, area, surface area, and perimeter
  • Coordinate plane components
  • Graphing ordered pairs on a coordinate plane
  • Solving problems involving measurement
  • Basic statistical concepts
  • Representing and interpreting data presented in various forms
  • Interpreting the probability of events

Social Studies (5904)

The Social Studies subtest contains 60 selected-response questions, and you will be timed at 60 minutes.

The questions are grouped into three categories:

I. United States History, Government, and Citizenship (27 questions)
  • European exploration and colonization in the United States
  • Growth and expansion of the United States
  • The American Revolution
  • Major events and developments in United States history
  • Developments and transformations in the United States throughout the 20th century
  • Connections between causes and effects of events
  • Nature, forms, and purpose of government
  • Key historical speeches and documents
  • Rights and responsibilities of citizenship in a democracy
II. Geography, Anthropology, and Sociology (18 questions)
  • Regional and world geography
  • Interaction of human and physical systems
  • The uses of geography
  • Interactions of people with their environment, family, and communities
III. World History and Economics (15 questions)
  • Major contributions of classical civilizations
  • Developments and transformations in world history in the 20th century
  • The role of cross-cultural comparisons in world history instruction
  • Key terms and basic concepts of economics
  • The effects of economics on population, technology, and resources
  • The government’s role in economics
  • The impact of economics on the government

Science (5905)

The Science subtest contains 55 selected-response questions, and you will be timed at 60 minutes. You will be provided with an on-screen scientific calculator for this subtest.

The questions are grouped into three categories:

I. Earth Science (17-18 questions)
  • Structure and processes of the Earth system
  • Earth history
  • Earth and the universe
  • Earth patterns, changes, and cycles
  • Science as a process, career, and human endeavor
  • Science as an inquiry
  • Using resource and research material in science
  • The unifying processes of science
II. Life Science (18-19 questions)
  • Structure and function of living systems
  • Reproduction and heredity
  • Change over time in living things
  • Regulation and behavior
  • Unity and diversity of life, classification, and adaptation
  • Interdependence of organisms
  • Personal health
  • Science as a process, career, and human endeavor
  • Science as an inquiry
  • Using resource and research material in science
  • The unifying processes of science
III. Physical Science (18-19 questions)
  • Physical and chemical properties and structure of matter
  • Forces and motions
  • Energy
  • Interactions of matter and energy
  • Science as a process, career, and human endeavor
  • Science as an inquiry
  • Using resource and research material in science
  • The unifying processes of science

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Registration

To register for the Praxis Elementary Education Three Subject Bundle exam, you will need to create an online account with ETS. Through this account, you can submit an application to take the exam.

During registration, you will be asked to select the test-taking format (remote or at a testing center), test location (if you are taking the test at a testing center), and test date. You will also need to pay the $130 exam fee.

Test Day

In-person Testing

On the day of your exam, you should plan to arrive at the testing center 15-30 minutes before the scheduled testing appointment. For the check-in process, you will be asked to provide a printed copy of your admission ticket and two forms of valid identification.

You will also be asked to store all personal items (cell phone, wallet, keys, bags, etc.) in a secure locker before entering the testing area.

Once the check-in process is complete and you are fully approved for testing, you will be led to the testing station and given a brief tutorial on the testing system.

Remote Testing

To take the exam remotely, you must use a laptop or desktop computer that has the ETS Secure Test Browser downloaded and installed on it. This is the browser you must use to take the exam. You will also need a functioning webcam, speakers, and a microphone.

When you check in to take the exam, the remote proctor will ask you to show proof of identification and to move your webcam around the room so that your testing area can be observed. Once the proctor has approved your testing area, they will walk you through the testing process and begin your exam.

How the Exam is Scored

Your Praxis 5901 exam score is based on the number of questions you answer correctly (your raw score). Your raw score is converted to a scaled score. The scaled score you need to obtain differs slightly depending on which state you take the exam in.

You should receive an official score report about five weeks after testing.

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FAQs

How many questions are on the Praxis 5901 exam?

There are 165 questions on the exam.

How long is the Praxis 5901 exam?

The time limit for the exam is 3 hours and 5 minutes.

What is the passing score for the Praxis 5901 exam?

The passing score will vary depending on which state you take the exam in.

How much does the Praxis 5901 exam cost?

The examination fee is $130.


By Eric Richter

Eric is the Product Development Manager responsible for developing and updating the Mometrix Teacher Certification and K-12 products. Eric has a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and a master’s of education in Teaching ESOL.

 

by Mometrix Test Preparation | This Page Last Updated: May 30, 2024