Hey Everyone! New to the forum, but decided I would post some feedback on the Praxis 5203 Teaching Reading to Elementary Students. I took this test on May 1 and today received my passing score of a 195! I can hardly believe it! I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that this could only be by God's grace! In the first ten minutes of testing, I had very little hope of passing it! Physically, I was fighting off a cold, had barely slept, and had pain in my right lung. The funny thing is I expected I would score the lowest on the writing portion but on my score report I got 18 out of 18 on it! Definitely God! I used every minute of this test. Prior to the test, I searched the internet looking for reviews, pass/fail, all the usual indicators of what to expect walking into this test, but there is pretty much nothing to report. This test had very very, very, VERY, little information out there and next to non-existent data points. I tried to attach a picture of my score report to give an idea on the grading of this test. But couldn't get it to work so I will write it out here: TEST CATEGORY RAW POINTS AVERAGE PERFORMANCE RANGE I.ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSTIC TEACHING OF READING 18 OUT OF 19 13-16 II.READING DEVELOPMENT 32 OUT OF 39 25-30 III.WRITING IN SUPPORT OF READING 17 OUT OF 20 12-16 CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE (3 ESSAYS) 18 OUT OF 18 11-15 On this test, there are three constructed essays which count for 6 points a piece for a total of 18. I do not think every selected response question counts for one point, but I tallied the total possible points (excluding the essay questions) as 78. Excluding the essays, I got a total raw score of 67 The total selected response questions are 90. In typical exams, there are questions that are not counted toward your score, but if each SR question counted as one point then there would be a total of 22 not counted? That sounds very high? Maybe someone else could explain it?