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DEMONSTRATION ONLY: This page should give you a good idea of the type of results you'll receive after taking one of the four full-length reading tests. All tests are modeled on the "Praxis Core Computer-Administered Practice Test" located on the official Praxis Core website. Click on the Question numbers 1-5 below to view the solution.
Reading Test Results
Name: Student Name
Date: 10/25/16
ID #: 555-55-5555
Time: 1:23 PM

You responded correctly to 56 of the 56 questions. Your score is 100%.

The table below shows your answer, right or wrong, for each question. By clicking on any question number, you can see (a) the question, and (b) an explanation for arriving at its right answer.

A check mark, , indicates the question was answered correctly; a capital X indicates the question was answered incorrectly.

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Question
Your
Answer
= Correct
X = Incorrect
 
Question
Your
Answer
= Correct
X = Incorrect
1
C
 
29
C
2
B
 
30
B
3
A
 
31
D
4
A
 
32
B
5
C
 
33
C
6
D
 
34
C
7
C
 
35
D
8
B
 
36
B
9
A
 
37
B
10
B
 
38
A
11
A
 
39
D
12
B
 
40
B
13
A
 
41
B
14
D
 
42
D
15
B
 
43
C
16
D
 
44
D
17
A
 
45
B
18
C
 
46
A
19
D
 
47
A
20
C
 
48
D
21
E
 
49
B
22
A
 
50
B
23
B
 
51
D
24
D
 
52
D
25
C
 
53
B
26
B
 
54
C
27
B
 
55
A
28
D
 
56
B


Reading Comprehension Subareas
Standard Questions Answered Correctly Questions Answered Incorrectly Number of Questions Answered Correctly/Number of Questions Addressing Subarea

Subarea I: Key Ideas and Details

  1. Read closely to determine what a text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; connect insights gained from specific details to an understanding of the text as a whole; attend to important distinctions the author makes and to any gaps or inconsistencies in the account; determine where the text leaves matters uncertain
    1. Draw inferences and implications from the directly stated content of a reading selection
  2. Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; identify accurate summaries of key supporting details and ideas
    1. Identify summaries or paraphrases of the main idea or primary purpose of a reading selection
    2. Identify summaries or paraphrases of the supporting ideas and specific details in a reading selection
  3. Identify how and why individuals, events, or ideas interact within a text; determine how an idea or detail informs an author's argument

1
3
9
14
16
17
23
27
30
31
35
43
44
50
55

100%

15/15

Subarea II: Craft, Structure, and Language Skills

  1. Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text and recognize how specific word choices shape meaning or tone
    1. Determine the author's attitude toward material discussed in a reading selection
  2. Analyze the structure of a text, including how specific parts of a text relate to each other and to the whole to contribute to meaning
    1. Identify key transition words and phrases in a reading selection and how they are used
    2. Identify how a reading selection is organized in terms of cause/effect, compare/contrast, problem/solution, etc.
  3. Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text
    1. Determine the role that an idea, reference, or piece of information plays in an author's discussion or argument
  4. Apply knowledge of language to understand how language functions in different contexts and to comprehend more fully when reading
    1. Determine whether information presented in a reading selection is presented as fact or opinion
  5. Determine the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases by using context clues
    1. Identify the meanings of words as they are used in the context of a reading selection
  6. Understand figurative language and nuances in word meanings
  7. Understand a range of words and phrases sufficient for reading at the college - and career - readiness level

2
4
5
6
7
8
11
13
19
20
21
24
25
26
33
38
40
45
47
48
49
51
53
56

100%

24/24

Subarea III: Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

  1. Analyze content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words
    1. Answer questions about texts that include visual representations
  2. Identify and evaluate the argument and specific claims in a text, including the validity of the reasoning as well as the relevance and sufficiency of the evidence
    1. Identify the relationship among ideas presented in a reading selection
    2. Determine whether evidence strengthens, weakens, or is relevant to the arguments in a reading selection
    3. Determine the logical assumptions upon which an argument or conclusion is based
    4. Draw conclusions from material presented in a reading selection
  3. Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge and/or compare the approaches the authors take
    1. Recognize or predict ideas or situations that are extensions of or similar to what has been presented in a reading selection
    2. Apply ideas presented in a reading selection to other situations

10
12
15
18
22
28
29
32
34
36
37
39
41
42
46
52
54

100%

17/17


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