Chris is a Stanford-educated tutor with over 10 years experience tutoring math to students of all abilities and levels, from pre-algebra and middle school all the way through college algebra, calculus and the SAT. In that time he got a lot of experience learning how to explain this stuff in a way it actually makes sense to normal people, and he brings that experience to his videos, whether you are in class now or preparing for Praxis.
How to prep for Praxis using ThatTutorGuy.com -- The table below contains a list of all the topics you'll find on the Praxis test. In the right-hand column of the table are links to all the videos on our site that you'll want to watch to cover those topics.
About the test: There are 3 Praxis® tests for middle and high school which focus on math: Core Academic Skills for Educators: Mathematics (5732), Middle School: Mathematics (5169), and Mathematics: Content Knowledge (5161). (Note: We have some material on our site for the elementary core test (5003), but as our site is geared towards 6th grade and up we do not have all the material). The tests are administered by ETS. Each state has its own requirements for which tests need to be taken and what score you need to get so you’ll need to verify with your state’s requirements. Tests are administered on the computer at ETS test centers and administered year round.
Calculators: Calculators are not allowed on most of the test but there are a few exceptions, please check here for the list of tests that allow calculators and their guidelines:
How to Study: Start by testing yourself on the appropriate practice test. Unfortunately, it appears ETS doesn’t have a free test online. But we always recommend taking the test from the maker of the test so it most closely matches the test you’ll be taking. If you can’t swing it, there are still practice tests online for free.
General Study Tips: If you haven't found them already, Chris has a great series of videos on HOW to study including how to counter math anxiety prior to a big test and the best ways to prepare. Study Tips
Core Academic Skills for Educators: Mathematics (5732)
If you do not have an account, you should get one, because it is awesome! You can save a playlist for each test or each chapter, and save your "greatest hits" into a "watch right before the final" list (not that we recommend cramming, but when in Rome...)