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PLEASE NOTE: The ETS Praxis II Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects (5031) exam is comprised of four subtests: Reading/Language Arts (5032), Mathematics (5033), Social Studies (5034), and Science (5035). Test-takers must take all four subtests together on their initial attempt, but may later retake any subtests separately that are not passed. It is therefore recommended that first-time test-takers complete a practice test for all four subtests, while those retaking certain subtests should select only the applicable subtests.