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GACE Basic Skills EXEMPTION Information

This sheet is for information only. It is not required to be submitted with applications for Admission to Teacher Education. However, teacher candidates who claim an exemption from the GACE Basic Skills test on their application for Admission to the Teacher Education program MUST provide a document showing the scores used for your exemption. This could be a high school transcript, college transcript or testing agency report. Submit the documentation with your application to the Teacher Education Program and also give a copy to your advisor. Piedmont MUST have a copy of the qualifying test scores to include with your certification application. You may also exempt the GACE Basic Skills test if you hold a master's degree from an accredited institution. Institutions must be accredited by either the U.S. Department of Education at http://ope.ed.gov/accreditation or The Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) at www.chea.org .

Please remember that GACE Basic Skills (or Praxis I) is required for certification in Georgia for all those seeking their first Georgia certificate. SAT exemption - 1000 total combined math and verbal (does not include the writing portion). ACT exemption ­ 43 total combined math and English. GRE exemption - 1030 total combined qualitative and verbal (does not include analytical portion). CBEST: Passing Scores indicated on score report ­ Used in California and Oregon http://www.ctc.ca.gov/profserv/examinfo/cbest.html CLAST: Passing Scores indicated on report ­ Used in Florida http://www.firn.edu/doe/sas/clast/clstpscr.htm FTCE: General Knowledge ­ Passing Scores indicated on score report ­ Used in Florida http://www.cefe.usf.edu/TestDescGK.aspx

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