OAT Reading Practice Test
There’s no denying that optometry is a very important medical discipline. Millions of people across the world live with visual impairments of varying degrees, and without the work of optometrists, many would simply have to struggle with poor vision indefinitely. Because this field is so valuable, you will have to undergo several years of training in order to prepare for it. Before you can get started in your program of choice, however, you must first clear one initial hurdle: the OAT (Optometry Admission Test).
The OAT basically serves as an entrance exam to your optometry program of choice. It will assess your knowledge of all the skills you will need to thrive in any optometry training course across the United States. As such, it splits into four distinct parts: Quantitative Reasoning, Survey of Natural Sciences, Physics, and Reading Comprehension. This page will feature information regarding the OAT Reading Comprehension exam.
The Reading Comprehension portion of the OAT is fairly brief. You will be given 50 minutes to answer 40 questions, all of them in multiple choice format. The test works much like other Reading Comprehension exams you’ve taken in the past. You will be presented with a few selections. After reading them thoroughly, you will have to answer questions about its content and the meaning of said content.
The Mometrix Test Preparation team is here to help you every step of the way as you prepare for this important exam. We have devised an OAT Reading Comprehension practice test to help you gain as accurate a glimpse as possible of what the real exam holds. In creating this practice test, we have conducted thorough research to ensure it is able to serve as an accurate mirror.
We also offer an OAT Reading Comprehension study guide for further help as you prepare. We hope these study tools will offer you some guidance in terms of how to best approach this exam. Good luck!
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Last updated: 06/27/2017
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