OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities (129) Practice Test
In the state of Oklahoma subject area tests (OSAT) are required for teaching certification. The content of the OSAT for Mild-Moderate Disabilities test is 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 Mild-Moderate Disabilities is approximately 80 selected-response questions worth 85% of the tests value and 1 constructed response question worth 15% of the tests value.
The selected-response section is divided into four subareas. These subareas are as follows: Understanding Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities worth 26%; Assessing Students and Developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and Individualized Family Service Plans (IFSPs) worth 26%, Promoting Student Development and Learning worth 18%; and Working in a Collaborative Learning Community worth 15%.
The constructed-response section of the test is based on Promoting Student Development and Learning worth 15%. This is a computer-based test (CBT). The time frame to complete the OSAT for Mild-Moderate Disabilities is 4 hours plus a 15 CBT tutorial.
A passing score of 240 is required on the OSAT for Mild-Moderate Disabilities. This subject area test contains randomly selected questions from Oklahoma educators. These questions are then validated by a separate panel of Oklahoma educators.
Here at Mometrix Test Prep we break down the OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities test framework and generate study materials that explains to candidates the knowledge and skills needed to pass the test. We dedicate our time to producing high efficiency OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities practice tests and study guides. Our free OSAT for Mild-Moderate Disabilities practice tests will help a candidate ease testing anxiety while helping to achieve a higher score on the OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities certification test.
Check Out Mometrix's OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities (129) Study Guide
Get practice questions, video tutorials, and detailed study lessonsGet Your Study Guide
OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities Study Guide
Mometrix Academy is a completely free resource provided by Mometrix Test Preparation. If you find benefit from our efforts here, check out our premium quality OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities (129) study guide to take your studying to the next level. Just click the OSAT Mild-Moderate Disabilities (129) study guide link below. Your purchase also helps us make even more great, free content for test-takers.
OSAT Study Guide