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CEOE
The CEOE contains three exams: the Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET) examines basic education knowledge and skills; the Oklahoma Professional Teaching Examination (OPTE) tests professional knowledge and skills; and the Oklahoma Subject Area Tests (OSAT) review specialized subject knowledge.
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CBEST
The CBEST is intended to show that prospective teachers have basic skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. The sort of knowledge that the CBEST tests is not as detailed as exams you will take on your professional subject; instead, it examines the sort of ideas and techniques that you probably use every day.
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CLEP
The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) lets you earn university credits for knowledge you already have. This means that skills picked up in professional life can count towards university credits. High school classes can count towards university credits. Self-taught abilities can count towards university credits..
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AEPA
Whichever subject you intend to teach, you'll find that passing the AEPA test will require you to make use of two sets of skills: recalling the knowledge that you possess; and answering exam questions quickly and accurately.

 
ICTS
The ICTS contains two exams: a basic skills test that examines your reading, writing and mathematics ability, as well as a specialized exam in your chosen subject.
It's important then to make sure that you are familiar with the content requirements of your particular course
 
PLACE
The PLACE is a number of different tests at least one of which you will need to take as you progress towards your goal of becoming a licensed teacher.These tests include examinations on a range of different subjects taught in Colorado schools as well as administrator and staff tests
Praxis I
The Praxis I is a series of tests that you will need to take as you progress towards your goal of becoming a certified teacher. Praxis I, the first of the three, measures basic reading, writing and mathematics skills, and is often taken while the student is still at college..
 
NCLEX
One of the most important things to understand about the NCLEX is that the exam is intended to test two skills at the same time: your knowledge of nursing and your understanding of the principles that underlie nursing...
 
MTEL
The MTEL contains two sets of tests: a communications and literacy test that examines your basic ability to present information to students in a classroom as well as to parents and guardians, and a subject test that assesses your knowledge of your chosen subject.
MTTC
Whatever your subject, the MTTC exam is going to expect you to have memorized vast amounts of information. Some of that information you'll know well because you use it every day. But much of the details that will turn up in the exam will be the sort of knowledge that will normally have you turning to the books to find the answers..
 
TExES
The TExES is a specialized exam that tests your knowledge of the subject you wish to teach. It is set to replaces the ExCET by 2006. The actual content of the exam will of course vary according to your chosen subject so it’s important to make sure that you are familiar with the content of your particular course..
 
TOEFL
The TOEFL is intended to test your knowledge of English. The exam covers five areas:Listening examines your ability to understand what you hear. You will hear both short conversations and longer conversations and talks, and you'll be asked questions about each. The question are provided both aurally and in writing.
NYSTCE
In the NYSTCE exam, you'll need to be able to recall those facts from your memory. That means you're going to have to cram right up to the last minute so you can remember as much as possible so you can pass your New York teacher certification test and become a licensed teacher.
 
RICA
Whatever your subject, the RICA is going to expect you to have memorized vast amounts of information. Some of that information you’ll know well because you use it every day. But much of the details that will turn up in the exam will be the sort of knowledge that will normally have you turning to the books to find the answers..
 
MAT
The MAT is intended to show that you have both knowledge and the ability to use it. While most exams simply test how much you can remember, the MAT examines your ability to assess information and draw reasoned conclusions. You will need to know facts and information, but you will also need to think quickly and well.
CSET
The actual content of your exam will depend on the subject you’re thinking of teaching. The official CSET test study guides will tell you what you’re supposed to know before you walk into the exam room. You should certainly be familiar with the topics that apply to you.
 
FTCE
FTCE questions come in two forms: Multiple-choice questions ask you to choose the best answer from five options. In these questions, it is important to remember that the best answer isn’t necessarily the only correct answer. You may find that two answers look correct; one answer will be more correct than the other.
 
GACE
The GACE contains three exams: the Oklahoma General Education Test (OGET) examines basic education knowledge and skills; the Oklahoma Professional Teaching Examination (OPTE) tests professional knowledge and skills; and the Oklahoma Subject Area Tests (OSAT) review specialized subject knowledge.
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