I passed the EC-12 PPR

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  1. TechTeach09

    TechTeach09 Rookie

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    Wow! After much stressing and making myself sick during the CAT I passed the PPR. I knew I had prepared with the SBEC and Certify Teacher for quite a while but that test made me feel like I studied a French book for a Chinese test.

    So I passed with a 272 and I am extatic! Took it this Tuesday and SBEC has my results already. Waiting on ETS to update their site!
     
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  3. TeacherGroupie

    TeacherGroupie Moderator

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    Congratulations, TechTeach09!
     
  4. smalltowngal

    smalltowngal Multitudinous

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    Congrats!
     
  5. Magua_8

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    When you mean you prepared with certify teacher do you mean the website? And did you buy the practice test? Please let me know techteach. Thanks
     
  6. heatherl

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    time limit?

    I've searched up and down to find the time limit for this test and cannot. Will someone please let me know of the time limit? I read there are 90 questions total (10 of which are experimental), but I need the time limit.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  7. Sillybowtie

    Sillybowtie Rookie

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    You get 5 hours to take the test. I just took it today and only spent about 2 hours on the test.
     
  8. kinderkc

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    I am taking this test on Saturday...I'm a little nervous. I am using certify teacher and a study book...did certify teacher feel similar to the real test?? I am also taking it paper based...so I'm thinking I'll have to wait awhile for results
     
  9. kaka00

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    which is the best guide to study for PPR test 160? do you have any idea.
    Thank you so much
     
  10. tb71

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    I didn't use a study guide, just the
    SBEC site. I took it on the 23rd and passed with a 283. You'll do fine don't stress.
     
  11. TeacherGroupie

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    kaka00, the best guide for any test is the one that explains the material about which you're uncertain in terms that make sense to you. This means you need to figure out what you're uncertain about (that's one really good use of the free online prep material) and then spend some time checking out the various books to see which works best for you.
     

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