I got my praxis scores today and once again failed the Chemistry Content Knowledge. I failed by 6 points this time (which is better than the past times) but still failing none the less. The last couple of times I have taken the test I have been good on time, went back to review questions, make sure each question has answers, etc. My game plan for retaking the test is to use the Praxis science study guide, a high school chemistry book, and AP Chemistry for dummies. Does anyone have any other suggestions? Also should I study for the entire test or just certain topics that I scored the lowest in? Is there a study guide that I am missing for this test? I have looked online for study guides basically anything that might help me pass this test. Most things I am finding have horrible reviews or really don’t cover the topics in depth. My other question is about the computer based test. I am considering taking this test on the computer instead of the traditional paper based test. I noticed that the test time allotment is 2.5 hours on the computer as opposed to the 2 hours for the paper test. For anyone who has taken, or has experience with the computer test, do you actually get the extra time for the test or is it added for the process of filling out information. Also, how easy is it to go back to the periodic table or list of constants? I know on the paper test, I can just keep a pencil at that page and just flip easily back as needed with no wasted time. TIA for the help and listening!