I have a question about praxis scores-those great lil tests we all had to take. Around here you have to send in your praxis scores to fill your application file. I sent in the one that I received from Praxis 2 because it had my Praxis 1 scores on there too. I made sure that I highlighted the ones I wanted them to look at because I took them more than once. Anyway, in VA the scores are the highest in any other state, but they made it to where we didnt have to pass each of them separately but could get a composite score. Well I got the composite score and stopped taking them because that was good enough. The principal I interviewed with on Tues. brought Praxis up (which made me nervous) and asked if I had taken them again because I hadnt passed all the subjects. I told him that I had gotten the composite score, which I guess he didnt pay attention to. Thing is I have my license so obviously I passed them. Anyway, my question is do you think they really look at Praxis scores? I mean if a principal were deciding between 2 candidates and one did exceptionally well on them the other didnt, do you think theyd choose the one who scored better? I mean my interview went great but when he brought that up it made me nervous. I just didnt see any need in paying more money to try and pass all of the subjects individually when the comp. score was good enough for me to get my license. What do yall think?