EPPP Part 2

EPPP Part 2
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Introduction to the EPPP Part 2 Exam

This 90-minute, interactive video lecture will introduce you to the EPPP Part 2 exam format, question types, strategies and over 25 practice questions and rationales.

EPPP Part 2 Comprehensive Bundle

Prepare for your exam confidently with over 8 hours of comprehensive content in this self-paced, interactive video lecture series. Recieve a thorough overview and dive into over 100 practice questions and detailed explanations across 6 key content areas covering all the various question types and valuable tips and strategies for exam success.

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All of our questions are regularly reviewed by Psychometricians for quality, difficulty, and discrimination using both Item Response Theory (IRT) and Classical Test Theory (CTT) paradigms. These analyses allow us to increase the quality of our questions to ensure that you get the best practice available.


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