Hey everyone, It's me again. I am curious about your thoughts on something. I bought the 5039 practice test from ETS to see how I would fair so far by their standards. I found this site about raw scores and did some math for myself. Curious to see if you all think that's a fair interpretation or if it's wrong (I'm not up to date on how praxis does everything these days). Practice Raw Scores 96/130 broken down as 34/49 , 24/33 , 38/48 and on the response it allowed me to rate myself and I gave my self 3/3 on the first one because I knew it extremely in depth and a 2/3 on the second because I felt I didn't defend my point as well. Based on this magoosh . com/praxis/predicting-your-praxis-score-constructed-response/ I came up with .55384615 & .2083- which based on his results would be ~76 and translate into 176 as an unofficial raw practice score. Do you all think that's an accurate way to guess your estimated score or do you think the practice tests are grossly inaccurate in terms of difficulty, etc. I feel pretty confident BUT when I estimated my score with a only 1/2 the points available for the constructed response that gave me a 163. I need a 168 to pass in Arkansas. So I'm crossing my fingers I take it tomorrow. I hope at least to see raw scores for my multiple choice !