Hello, My girlfriend is having a tough time passing the praxis exams. She passed Reading and Writing (barely) but failed Math. Apparently you can use a compound score of all 3 if you meet the minimums, but that means you have to have done above average on the other areas. In short, she needs like 1 or 2 pts higher on any of the 3 tests to get certified. She has taken Math probably 3 or 4 times, and just finished her 2nd Writing where she received the same exact grade as before, even after months of preparation. I have spent numerous nights tutoring her on Math and Writing to help improve the scores. She even bought books that I recommended to her and signed up and completed the Exam Cram gimmicks you find on the internet. Is this praxis system a scam? They just keep collecting testing fees and failing her. I know the Writing test is subjective, so I wonder if they kept her at the same score on purpose so she has to take it over again. Would be be better off taking the multiple choice tests so there is no wiggle room for subjective scoring (i.e. essays). Is there any way she can appeal the score, maybe they made a mistake or graded it unfairly. I'm just not sure what to do to help her at this point. She has a bachelor's in Psychology and a Masters in education, but is still unqualified to teach without the certification. Thanks!