Praxis II Study Book

Praxis Study Material: “Here's What To Do If You Don't Have Any Time To Prepare For Your Exam”…

You probably have a busy lifestyle.

Want a Praxis II prep example?

Just take a look at the average Praxis test prep guide’s study schedule. In fact, I’ve got one open in front of me right now – and to use this guide, you’ll have to quit your job, swear off your social life and lock yourself in a library for months.

Here are just a few quotes regarding what they deem to be an “appropriate schedule for test preparation”: “Get at least two hours of study each day. Four weeks from the test date, add on an extra three hours during the weekend.” “Review a chapter per evening.” “Take sample tests every week in addition to your daily study sessions.”

I could go on, but the point’s already been made: these Praxis prep “experts” clearly think you have all the time in the world to study for your teacher certification exam. And to make matters worse, their study guides are specifically designed with these outrageous study schedules in mind. In other words, if you can’t find the time to study and prepare…

…Then you might as well face a future of permanent substitute teaching, or worse: working in another career altogether.

  "Strapped For Study Time? Then This Next Section Might Just Save Your Teaching Career"

If you’re feeling strapped for time to get the most out of your study guide, then you might think it’s almost impossible to find a spare hour to study during your busy day – let alone two. 

Well, consider this your lucky day: I’m about to show you how you can unleash hours of time for to get more test prep for the Praxis II accomplished.

Wondering where this vast wealth of study gold is hiding? The answer’s simple: it’s in your sleep.

If you feel as though you’re constantly strapped for time and just don’t have enough hours in the day for Praxis prep, then this should come as great news for you. Praxis test prep experts know that those eight hours (or less, as a busy teacher!) between your sheets are perhaps some of the most crucial hours to really absorb everything you’ve been studying all day.

A multitude of studies have shown that while you’re fast asleep, your brain is busy absorbing every precious piece of Praxis II test prep

…But only if you optimize your sleep in the first place:

  • If you generally need the help of a sleeping pill to drift off, wean yourself off of the habit. A recent study by the Massachusetts General Hospital Sleep Laboratory showed that people who use prescription sleeping pills have far less brain activity than those who don’t. This means that your brain will be far too sedated to learn anything – so start using herbal supplements like Melotonin to get to sleep.
  • Turn off the computer and phone for at least an hour before you go to bed. Dedicate that entire hour to focusing on sample tests and Praxis practice tests. No matter how busy you may be, you can definitely find the time to clear out an hour before bed for test preparation, so keep your study guide on your nightstand so you don’t neglect it!
  • Review what you’ve learned so far as you’re going to sleep. Again, the more it’s on your mind, the more your brain will absorb it while you peacefully dream of your teacher certification.

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