Educators pursuing certification to teach in Massachusetts must take the MTEL Health/Family and Consumer Sciences Exam. This test is an assessment of the standard skills and knowledge which are needed to teach Health and Family and Consumer Science classes in Massachusetts public schools. The test itself is about 4 hours long, containing 100 multiple-choice questions and 2 open-response assignments. This exam is delivered on a computer. Five content domains categorize the topics on the test: (I) A Healthy Lifestyle, (II) Family and Emotional Health, (III) Safety and Prevention, (IV) Resource Management and Community Health, and (V) Integration of Knowledge and Understanding.