Hi, I had a couple questions about the Praxis scoring. Yesterday I took the Praxis II Social Studies Content and Interpretation test 086. There were 90 multiple choice questions and three short essay. The multiple choice account for 75% of the grade with the essay questions being 25%. I need a 153 to pass. Can anyone give me a general estimate as to what raw score percentage this comes out to? Does it equate to around a 60% or 70%? I am a little concerned I may have not passed. I knew a majority of the answers, made some educated guesses on a decent amount and completely guessed on around 8 multiple choice. I think I did decent on the essay questions. What concerns me is there was a high school history teacher at a private school taking the same test for the third time. So obviously this makes me nervous. I asked him what he used to study and he said " I was a history major". So I thought he meant he used history books. But then he said " I teach history". So I am assuming he didn’t study at all ? DO some people not study for these tests? Another guy taking it also had failed it before as well missing it by one point . If I don't pass this test I won't be able to teach this fall and will have to wait until next year due to the constraints of the program I am in. Has anyone taking this test before that can offer me some insight as to how they did ? Looking for a little reassurance here. Thank you.