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About This Course
This study guide is filled with short video and text lessons designed to refresh your knowledge of topics you could see on the MoGEA Reading Comprehension and Interpretation subtest. Ensure you have a complete understanding of word choice, literary works, speech development, world literature and much more. Lessons are presented in an engaging manner that makes your preparations for the exam fun. Once you've completed this course, you will be prepared to address the following on the subtest:
- Analysis and interpretation of literature
- Word choice and expression in literature
- Basics of figurative language
- How to evaluate literary works
- Ways reading passages are structured and organized
- Evaluation of reasoning and analysis of arguments in written works
- Overview of American and world literature
- Development, delivery and analysis of speech
About the Exam
The Missouri General Education Assessment (MoGEA) is required for candidates interested in entering a Missouri educator preparation program. The assessment is broken into four subtests, one of which covers reading comprehension and interpretation topics. The Internet-based subtest consists of three competencies, features 39 multiple-choice questions, and lasts 75 minutes if taken alone or 4 1/2 hours if taken with the other subtests. Missouri educator preparation programs set the passing scores for the subtests. Appointments for the exam are available across Missouri on a first-come, first serve basis. Score reports are released about 2-5 weeks after taking the exam.
Preparing & Registering for the MoGEA Reading Comprehension & Interpretation Subtest
Studying the MoGEA Reading Comprehension and Interpretation subtest is simple thanks to resources in this course you can easily access from home or on-the-go. Review any number of lessons in the sequence that suits your current and desired knowledge of reading comprehension and interpretation. Boost your understanding of topics that include characterization, figurative language, foreshadowing, author's point of view, inference, author credibility and public discourse. Test your readiness to answer questions on the exam by taking mini lesson quizzes, chapter exams and a comprehensive course exam. Submit any questions you have about topics covered in this course to our experts.
In order to register for the exam, you are required to sign up for an account on the Missouri Educator Gateway Assessments website. Keep in mind that you must take and pass all four subtests to be accepted into your program of choice. During the registration process, you can select your test, date and location. On the day of the subtest, be sure to arrive at the test center 15 minutes before your scheduled test time and bring one current, government-issued ID printed in English. You might not be admitted if you arrive more than 15 minutes late. If you need to reschedule, do so more than 24 hours before your schedule test time.
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