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Course SummaryGet ready to take the National Evaluation Series (NES) English Language Arts test by reviewing this helpful study guide course. Our text and video lessons cover all the material you'll find on the test, which has replaced the NMTA English Language Arts exam, so you'll be confident and prepared on exam day.
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About This NMTA English Language Arts Exam Course
The NMTA English Language Arts (301) exam has been discontinued and replaced with the NES English Language Arts exam. This study guide is up-to-date and designed to prepare you for the current version of the NES English Language Arts exam. This course will help you review and prepare for the exam and covers all the domains contained in the exam, such as vocabulary, reading comprehension and English composition concepts. The lessons that are taught by expert instructors and include practice assessments to help your prepare.
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This course was last updated in 2019.
NMTA English Language Arts Course Information
This course is designed to prepare you for the NMTA English Language Arts exa, covering all of the topics outlined in the official test materials provided by Pearson Education, Inc. Our professional instructors created this comprehensive course to help you master these objectives. Some of the topics covered in this course are listed below:
Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, and Reading Various Text Forms
- Applying effective strategies for developing vocabulary
- Examining reading comprehension strategies
- Understanding strategies for reading informational, persuasive and functional texts
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature
- Investigating ways to analyze and interpret literature
- Analyzing various forms of poetry
- Understanding the major characteristics of literature from around the world in social and historical contexts
English Language Conventions, Composition, Writing Process, and Research
- Mastering the conventions of Standard American English
- Applying writing and compositional strategies
- Utilizing elements of effective research
Modes of Writing
- Investigating strategies for narrative, analytical, expository and persuasive writing
Oral and Visual Communication
- Understanding effective listening and speaking skills
- Utilizing effective presentation and analyzation skills with various media forms
NMTA English Language Arts Course Format
This full course contains 38 chapters and 311 video and text lessons. Study resources are available for all lessons and include quizzes and flashcards.
NMTA English Language Arts Exam Information
- Number of Questions: 150
- Question Type: Multiple-choice
- Time Limit: 3 hours
- Exam Cost: $95
NMTA English Language Arts Exam Breakdown
|NMTA English Language Arts Exam Concept||Percent of NMTA English Language Arts Exam||Approximate Number of Questions|
|Vocabulary, reading comprehension and reading various text forms||23%||35|
|Analyzing and interpreting literature||23%||34|
|English language conventions, composition, writing process and research||19%||29|
|Modes of writing||23%||34|
|Oral and visual communication||12%||18|
NMTA English Language Arts Exam Registration & Preparation
The NMTA English Language Arts exam is offered year-round at testing centers nationwide. Registration requires creating an account on the NMTA website. You'll choose a test site and date, give some personal information and name the institutions you wish to receive your score. You can change the test date without paying an additional fee up to 24 hours before the test date. When you arrive for testing, you must present a government-issued identification card.
This study guide allows you to prepare to answer questions on all areas of the NMTA English Language Arts exam. You can use these short video lessons to refresh your knowledge of subjects you studied in college, and you'll probably learn some new facts, too. Topics covered include the history of English, reading comprehension and vocabulary development. Our instructors discuss how to interpret various types of literature and other written materials. You'll learn about grammar, spelling and punctuation, and review listening and speaking techniques.
For more information on registering and preparing for the NMTA English Language Arts exam, check out our NMTA English Language Arts exam Informational Resources.
NMTA English Language Arts Exam Scoring
You can see your score at the testing center immediately after you complete the exam, and a detailed score report will be posted to your NMTA account within two weeks. The institutions you named at registration will also be notified. The passing score is 220.
You can find more information about how the NMTA English Language Arts is scored here.
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