Time management and the process of elimination will be important elements in getting the score you need to pass the Praxis II and become a teacher.
Two Types of Questions, Two Types of Challenges
Praxis II questions may come in two forms: Multiple-choice questions ask you to choose the best answer from five options. In these questions, it is important to remember that the best answer isn't necessarily the only correct answer. You may find that two answers look correct; one answer will be more correct than the other. (This also means that when two answers look the same, you've got a 50/50 chance of guessing the right one.)
You will also be asked to produce a written essay. To score high on this part of the Praxis II test, organization is key. You can prepare a structure in advance, saving you time in the exam and use a basic plan to create a well-argued essay. Some serious Praxis II test preparation is going to be required.