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Praxis I PPST: Introduction to the Writing Test Essay Section

The essay section of the PPST Writing Test is 30 minutes long and contains one essay question. You are asked to draw upon your personal experience and observations for information, examples, and generalizations to be used in your writing. The essay question generates a raw score that ranges from 2 to 12. (This raw score is the sum of the scores of two readers who each assign a score of 1 to 6.) More

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The ASVAB is offered either once or twice a year at high schools or post-secondary schools. You can also take the ASVAB year-round at any Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) or Mobile Examining Team (MET) site in the United States or Puerto Rico. There is no fee for taking the ASVAB.

To register for the ASVAB, visit your local Armed Service official or Recruitment Center, or talk to your school guidance counselor or career center representative.