OPTE 6-12 Practice Test
When it comes to teaching, many assume the older grade levels—6 through 12, specifically—are the easiest to teach. After all, in may cases you are completely done with elementary school, your students are older and more disciplined, and all you truly have to worry about is helping them learn what they’ll need to know for high school or college and beyond.
If you’re studying to become a 6-12 educator, however, you know this idea is furthest from the truth. Teaching grades 6-12 is as demanding a career choice as for any of the lower grade levels, with its own unique set of responsibilities you must master before you can enter the field professionally. Oklahoma’s Office of Educational Quality and Accountability realizes the importance of this career choice, which is why they require all teachers within your field to earn a passing score on the OPTE: 6-12 exam.
At Mometrix Test Preparation, we understand as well as you do how important this exam is to your future career goals. Without passing this exam, you won’t be able to officially start your career. To help you navigate the road to success, we’d like to offer help in the form of our OPTE: 6-12 (076) practice test. Designed with accuracy in mind, you can use this free study tool to familiarize yourself with the test’s contents and get to know your own strengths and weaknesses with its subject matter. Our OPTE: 6-12 practice test covers everything you will need to know to score well on the real thing. The full exam span 78 questions in total. Three questions fall under the test’s “constructed-response” subarea, which requires essay answers and covers 30 percent of the test. Under this subarea, you’ll find the following three subjects: the Professional Environment (10 percent), Instructional Practice (10 percent), and Learners and Learning (10 percent). The second part of the OPTE: 6-12 questions involves “selected-response,” or multiple choice, answers. This section of the test makes up 70 percent of its contents. Under this subarea, you’ll find such subjects as the Professional Environment (18 percent), Instructional practice (28 percent), and Learners and Learning (24 percent).
This free study tool pairs well with our OPTE: 6-12 study guide, but can also be used standalone. Feel free to incorporate one or both of our resources into your study plan! Good luck!
by Enoch Morrison
Last Updated: 02/20/2018
OPTE PK-8 Practice Test
Becoming a teacher isn’t and has never been an easy task—especially if you live in the state of Oklahoma. No matter what grade level you choose, you have a challenging (but altogether rewarding) career path ahead of you. Pre-K through 8th grade education, however, presents its own unique set of challenges you won’t find at any other grade level. This is because you will essentially be responsible for shaping today’s youth while they’re navigating their formative years. You’ll have to know exactly how to interact with them in the most effective ways possible, both as an educator and a guide.
To prove yourself capable as a prospective Pre-K through 8th grade educator, you’ll first have to earn a passing score on the OPTE: PK-8 exam. Designed to evaluate the skills of incoming teachers, the OPTE: PK-8 exam, in particular, deals with the capabilities and knowledge you’ll need to cater to students of those specific grade levels. It is the early education counterpart to 6-12, which has its own separate exam. You cannot embark upon your teaching career without first scoring well on this test.
At Mometrix Test Preparation, we care about your success. This is why we strive to offer you only the best possible study tools. If you’re facing the OPTE: PK-8 exam in the near future, we present to you our 100 percent free OPTE: PK–8 (075) practice test. We have composed this resource through careful observation of the real exam’s formatting, structure, and content. As a result, our OPTE: PK–8 practice questions will loosely resemble questions you can find on the full test. The OPTE: PK–8 test splits the 78 questions into two subareas, each of which blanket three more specific subjects. The first is known as “constructed-response,” which features three essay questions and covers 30 percent of the exam. Its subjects are the Professional Environment (10 percent), Instructional Practice (10 percent), and Learners and Learning (10 percent). The second subarea is “selected-response,” a multiple choice category that takes up 70 percent of the test. Its subjects also include the Professional Environment (18 percent), Instructional Practice (28 percent), and Learners and Learning (24 percent).
We hope you’ll be able to take advantage of this resource as you study for this important exam. Feel free to pair it with our companion OPTE: PK-8 study guide!
by Enoch Morrison
Last Updated: 02/20/2018