OSAT: Art (002) Practice Test
In the state of Oklahoma subject area tests are required for teaching certification. The content of the OSAT for Art is based on the framework for the state of Oklahoma. The OSAT for Art are constructed from the Oklahoma Full Subject-Matter Competencies and national standards.
The subject area tests are able to assess a candidate’s expertise in a particular subject area based on knowledge of an entry-level candidate. The Oklahoma Subject Area Test (OSAT) for Art is approximately 80 selected-response questions worth 85% of the tests value and 1 constructed response question worth 15% of the tests value.
The OSAT for Art is a computer-based test (CBT). The time frame to complete the OSAT for Art is 4 hours plus a 15-minute CBT tutorial prior to taking the test. A passing score of 240 on the OSAT for Art is required. This subject area test contains randomly selected questions from Oklahoma educators. These questions are then validated by a separate panel of Oklahoma educators.
There are four subareas for the selected-response section on the OSAT for Art. These subareas are as follows: Materials and Processes worth 28%, Art Elements and Design Principles worth 18%, Art and Culture worth 24%, and Aesthetics, Art Criticism, and Interdisciplinary Connections worth 15%.
The constructed-response question is related to Pedagogical Content Knowledge and is worth 15%. Here at Mometrix Test Prep we dedicate our time to producing high efficiency OSAT Art practice tests and study guides. Our free OSAT Art practice tests will help a candidate ease testing anxiety while helping to achieve a higher score on the OSAT Art certification test.
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