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- Available Lessons: 217
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Course SummaryRefresh your knowledge of literature, math, science and more before you take the CEOE Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET) by checking out this helpful exam prep course. You can confirm your understanding of the topics you might see on exam day with our video and text lessons and multiple-choice quizzes.
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About This OGET Study Guide
The lessons and quizzes in this course will help you review material covered on the Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET). This test is one of the state's certification requirements for all public school teachers.
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This course was last updated in 2019.
OGET Course Information
This course is designed to prepare you for the OGET Exam, covering all of the topics outlined in the official test materials provided by The Certification Examination for Oklahoma Educators. Our professional instructors created this comprehensive course to help you master these objectives. Some of the topics covered in this course are listed below:
Reading and Written Communication
- Developing student reading comprehension
- Improving writing structure and organization
- Evaluating arguments
- Writing for an audience
- Solving problems involving fractions and mixed numbers
- Understanding algebraic equations
- Working with geometric shapes, theorems, and calculations
Information Literacy and Research
- Developing research design abilities
- Working with the scientific method
- Accessing information for research questions
Applied Writing Skills
- Developing essays
- Using techniques for brainstorming
- Responding to essay prompts
OGET Course Format
The OGET study guide is broken down into chapters by topic, each of which are further broken down into bite-sized lessons. Students also have access to flashcards and multiple-choice quizzes to help them best prepare for test day.
OGET Exam Information
- Number of Questions: 100
- Question Type: Multiple-choice, one writing assignment
- Time Limit: 4 hours
- Exam Cost: $65 + $25 CBT fee + $30 registration processing fee
OGET Exam Breakdown
|Exam Concept||Percentage of Score||Number of Questions|
|Reading and Written Communication||38%||48|
|Information Literacy & Research||16%||20|
|Applied Writing Skills||20%||1 written response|
Registering and Preparing for the OGET
Test registration requires the creation of an account at the CEOE website. The test is offered year-round at testing centers throughout the state, and you'll be asked to select a testing date and site. You are encouraged to register as soon as possible before your desired test date, and it may not be possible to process a registration requested within three days of a test date. The registration process requires that you present some personal information and choose institutions that you wish to receive your scores. After you are approved to test, you'll get a confirmation email. On test day, you must present a government-issued photo identification card.
This study guide examines topics covered on the OGET, including general information on mathematics, writing and reading comprehension. The quizzes that accompany each of our lessons let you practice answering computer-delivered multiple-choice questions like you'll face on the test and also allow you to assess your knowledge.
For more information on registering and preparing for the OGET, check out our CEOE Informational Resources.
Around three to six weeks after you take the test, scores will be posted to your CEOE account at the CEOE. The institutions you requested at registration will also get them. The minimum passing score is 240. Only correct answers count, so feel free to guess if you aren't sure of the right response.
The test contains four subareas. Three consist of multiple-choice questions, and these subareas make up 80% of the test's total score. The fourth subarea, accounting for 20% of the total score, tests writing skills and asks the test taker to write an essay of about 300-600 words on an assigned topic. With your scores, you'll receive information showing how you performed on each subarea of the test, but it's your overall performance that counts.
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