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If you want to be a teacher in the state of Texas, you may need to take the Texas Examinations of Educator Standards (TExES) tests. These tests were developed to measure a teaching candidate’s knowledge of education standards in Texas.
Before you can take any of the TExES tests, you must receive approval and guidance from an Educator Preparation Program. There are several types of teacher training programs that qualify you for the TExES tests: the University Initial (usually as part of a baccalaureate program that includes student teaching), University Post Baccalaureate (if you already have at least a bachelor's degree and are seeking certification), University Alternative Certification Program (offered through a university), and the Alternative Certification Program (a nontraditional program for teachers and administrators).
You should check with your Educator Preparation Program to determine which tests to take. You may also want to visit the Texas State Board for Education Certification (SBEC) website for more detailed requirements in your field.
Once you become familiar with the content, you should create a TExES test study plan. Schedule regular time to study, and make sure to review any of your weak areas that may appear on the TExES test.
Last Updated: 03/27/2013
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