The Texas Examinations for Master Teachers or TExMaT is administered by the Texas State Board for the Educator Certification or SBEC and Educational Testing Service or ETS. It measures the aptitude and mastery on the specific subject matter of potential teachers. The test is given to potential teachers who need to earn a teaching certification and have at least three years of teaching experience. TExMaT test is consists of 4 testing examinations: the paper-based examinations, Master Mathematics Teacher or MMT, Master Reading Teacher or MRT and the Master Science Teacher or MST and the computer-based examination, Master Technology Teacher or MMT, which is a computer-based examination and is taken separately. The examinations contain a mixture of multiple choices and constructed-response questions. Learn more about the TExMaT examinations now!
NOTE: Praxis Core is the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators test, Praxis 5014 is Praxis Elementary Education: Content Knowledge, Praxis 5001 is Praxis Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects (which includes subtests 5001-5005), Praxis 5169 is Praxis Middle School Mathematics, Praxis 5161 is Praxis Mathematics: Content Knowledge, Praxis 5435 is Praxis General Science: Content Knowledge, Praxis 5411 is Praxis Educational Leadership, Praxis 5081 is Praxis Social Studies: Content Knowledge, Praxis 5354/5543 are Praxis Special Education, and Praxis 5622 is Praxis Principles of Learning & Teaching: Grades K-6.