This worksheet will help you evaluate your level of preparation for taking a test in the Arizona Educator Proficiency Assessments (AEPA) program.
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What is the highest educational level you have attained prior to testing?
Select the option that best describes your reason for testing:
By the time you test, what grade levels will you have had experience with as a teacher? (Choose all that apply.)
How many years of teaching experience do you have?
List the AEPA tests that you are required to take.
List the AEPA tests that you are preparing to take.
If you previously took a test in the AEPA program and did not meet the passing score, attach copies of your individual score reports.
Review your score report(s) to determine the subareas or sections of the test in which your performance was weakest, and then plan to do some additional studying in those areas. However, while concentrating your studies on your areas of weakness, you should also be sure to do some additional preparation addressing the content covered in the other subareas or sections of the test. Remember, your score for the test is based on the total number of questions you answer correctly (combined with your scores on the performance assignments, if applicable); therefore, improvement on any section of the test will improve your total score. Finally, you may also want to do some additional studying in the sections of the test that contain the greatest percentage of test questions when this information is provided, as they will contribute the most to your total score.
Provide the following information about your current preparation.
Use the form below to list recommended activities and materials to help you prepare for your