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About the MTEL Communication & Literacy Skills Test - Summary & Learning Objectives
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- The purpose of the MTEL Communication & Literacy Skills test
- MTEL test dates and registration process
- MTEL content test requirements
- Preparing for the MTEL Communication & Literacy Skills test
- MTEL passing scores
- Interpreting your MTEL test results
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1. What is the MTEL?
The Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL) program is a group of exams administered to aspiring teachers in Massachusetts. Read on for more information about which exams are required for licensure and how they're scored.
2. MTEL Test Dates & Registration
The availability of MTEL test dates varies according the subject area being covered. Keep reading for more information on when the tests are offered and learn how you can register for one of these assessments.
3. MTEL Content Test Requirements
The MTEL content exams that you're required to take depend on the subject(s) you wish to teach. Keep reading for more information on licensure requirements for this series of assessments.
4. MTEL Results & Passing Score
MTEL tests use a scaled scoring system to determine whether or not a candidate has passed an exam. Read on for more information on this system as well as information on score reporting techniques for the MTEL assessments.
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Other chapters within the MTEL Communication & Literacy Skills: Practice & Study Guide course
- MTEL: Recognizing Common Grammar & Usage Errors
- MTEL: Identifying Common Spelling & Punctuation Errors
- MTEL: Determining the Meaning of Words
- MTEL: Understanding Main Ideas & Supporting Details
- MTEL: Identifying Purpose, Point of View & Intended Meaning
- MTEL: Analyzing Ideas in a Text
- MTEL: Critical Reasoning in Communication & Literacy
- MTEL: Outlining & Summarizing Texts
- MTEL: Organizing an Essay
- MTEL: Writing Effective Essays
- MTEL: Writing Focused & Impactful Essays
- MTEL: Analyzing & Revising Sentences