Inside the App

Prepare for your School Psychology Licensure Exam with up to 240 questions from expert Peter D. Thompson.

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App Features

Build Custom Quizzes

Build Custom Quizzes

Focus on what you want to review by selecting specific topics to create custom quizzes.

Review Rationales

Review Rationales

Detailed rationales are provided for every question to enhance knowledge and explain reasoning.

Master Your Trouble Areas

Master Your Trouble Areas

The Quick Quiz only shows you questions you haven't correctly answered to help close your knowledge gaps.

 
Track Your Progress

Track Your Progress

Review your overall performance, or dig deep and review your scores for each quiz or topic area.

Improve Your Time

Improve Your Time

Add a little pressure to your practice. Set a timer on your quiz and simulate a real-world testing scenario.

Practice Without Wifi & Data

Practice Without Wifi & Data

No internet connection required. Take your certification review with you everywhere you go!

 
 
Make Little Moments Add Up to Something Big

Make Little Moments Add Up to Something Big

Watching TV, standing in line for coffee, or waiting for your car to warm up? These are perfect times to answer a few questions! This app lets you practice anytime, anywhere--no books required!

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Compatibility & Pricing

School Psychology Licensure Exam Q&A Review for Praxis™ Test - App for iPad and iPhone

The Free Download of School Psychology Licensure Exam Q&A Review contains all of the above features and 30 practice questions modeled after the exam.

Upgrade to the Paid Version to unlock the full 240 questions!

Compatibility Notes:

  • Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
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About Our Expert

Peter D. Thompson, PhD

Peter D. Thompson is a lead school neuropsychologist for Douglas County School District, which is a district of over 70 schools in Colorado. In addition to his responsibilities as a mentor and adviser to psychologists in Douglas County, Dr. Thompson is also the district’s traumatic brain injury (TBI) team coordinator and regional liaison among the school district, government agencies, and organizations that serve families and students impacted by brain injuries. He lends his expertise in school neuropsychology to medical clinics and hospitals in the Denver metro area.