The Oklahoma Subject Area Tests (OSAT) are a battery of Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) designed to measure a prospective teacher’s knowledge and ability to teach their respective field as well as maintain order in the classroom.
These Oklahoma teacher certification tests can be difficult. We at Mometrix have crafted a series of practice tests that will assist you in passing the OSAT tests and starting your future career!
Free OSAT Practice Tests
Use the free OSAT practice test questions below to get a better understanding of the OSAT exam. Take advantage of this valuable resource to pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses.
What’s on an OSAT Test?
The majority of OSAT tests contain 80 selected-response questions and a single constructed-response question, and every test is timed at 4 hours (online versions of the tests may have a shorter time limit). You will also be given an additional 15-minute tutorial and preparation period before the exam begins.
To register for an OSAT test, you must first create an online NES account. Once your account has been created, you will be able to use it to register for your test and pay the applicable testing fees.
The fee for each exam is $118. The only exceptions are the two Elementary Education subtests, which cost $65 each.
Your final OSAT score is calculated using a scaled scoring system. This system takes the number of questions you answered correctly (your raw score) and converts it to a numerical scaled score between 100 and 300. The minimum scaled score needed to pass an OSAT test is 240.
You will receive your official score report within four weeks after testing.
Retaking an OSAT Test
If you do not pass your test on the first attempt, you may retake the test after a 30- or 60-day waiting period. You will need to complete the full registration and payment processes for each attempt.