All teacher education applicants must complete a competency examination, as required by the Nebraska Department of Education. CEHS students take the CORE exam, which measures basic skills in reading, writing, and mathematics and is designed to determine if applicants are ready academically to pursue education studies.
How are CORE results used?
CEHS uses the test to help make admission decisions to the teacher education program. Additionally, the Nebraska Department of Education uses the test as part of the certification process.
How is the CORE given?
The computer-based test is offered by appointment Monday through Saturday, during specific testing windows at Prometric Testing Centers. You must register on-line at https://www.ets.org/portal/site/iserpraxis/. Reading and mathematics scores are reported to you as soon as you finish the test. The written test results take 3-4 weeks to receive.
What codes do I need to register?
Attending Institution: 6877
Designated Score Recipient: 6877
Nebraska Department of Education: 7643
What scores do I need to pass?
Praxis Core scores required by the Nebraska Department of Education can be found on the Nebraska Praxis website.
How much does the CORE cost?
Students can take the combined test for a single fee if taken in one sitting. Individual tests taken one at a time require payment for each tests. Visit the ETS website for the complete and most up to date cost information.
Where do I send my test results?
- Nebraska Department of Education
- Any other college you may apply to
- You will receive an electronic copy though your ETS account.