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OAE Pratice Tests & Practice Questions

Ohio's aspiring teachers must pass an Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) exam, and the best way to prepare is with an Exam Edge OAE practice test. We have the teaching exam practice that is specific to your goals, covering every OAE subject. Our OAE test prep lets you familiarize yourself with the exam format, content and timing. OAE practice questions show you what you know well and where you need to spend more time studying. Take the next step in your teaching career with an OAE practice test from Exam Edge.

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What are OAE tests?

OAE tests are exams created by the Ohio Department of Education. Designed to test the knowledge of educators seeking initial licensure for their subject areas, the series of exams challenges teachers on both their content and professional knowledge. Required of all educators in the state, the OAE tests are not to be underestimated. OAE practice exams can help prepare test-takers for the real thing.

Who should take OAE tests?

Any aspiring teacher in Ohio who has completed a teacher training degree program should register for OAE exams. New teachers are perhaps the most common group who sign up for such tests, but educators looking to add a new licensure area to their resume should also register. Depending on how long it has been since the test-taker has studied a content area, OAE exam prep should be undertaken with fidelity.

What score do I need to pass OAE tests?

The computer-based OAE tests differ dramatically in length based on which assessment is taken. The scoring of these diverse exams, though, is quite similar. From physical education and dance to biology and business, a score of 220 is required to pass. In order to achieve such a score, OAE test prep should be taken seriously. It is often not enough to simply know the subject matter – test-takers need to familiarize themselves with the kinds of questions they'll face on the day of the real exam.

How to prepare for the OAE tests

There are a number of ways to study for OAE exams, but none are better than taking OAE exam practice tests through Exam Edge. While flashcards, notetaking and study guides can help initially, those who are serious about passing their OAE exams need to get comfortable with the format and feel of the test. The best way to do this is to tackle practice exams in the weeks and months leading up to test day. Exam Edge features thousands of unique questions designed to test your knowledge of a given subject. With options to time yourself, pause the exam or take it at your own pace, our practice tests are the study tool you need to master your OAE test.

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Who is Ohio Assessments for Educators ?

The Ohio Assessment for Educators (OAE) is an examination series that prospective teachers in the state of Ohio must pass to demonstrate their knowledge and aptitude for teaching. The tests are developed and provided by the Ohio Department of Education and Pearson Education, Inc.

Step 1: Eligibility and Application

To be eligible for the OAE, you must be seeking licensure in the state of Ohio. You have to apply through their website. The application process involves creating an account, providing the required information, and paying the necessary fees. You can find more information and the application process on their website:

Step 2: Scheduling the Exam

After your application is approved, you will receive an authorization to test. You can then schedule your test appointment online through your account. The OAE exams are computer-based and are administered by Pearson VUE at various test centers throughout Ohio and nationwide. You can choose the date, time, and location that are most convenient for you. It is recommended to schedule your test as early as possible to get your preferred date and location.

Step 3: Taking the Exam

On the day of the exam, arrive at the test center at least 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment. Bring your authorization to test and a valid, government-issued ID. The exam format varies depending on the test, but it may include multiple-choice questions, constructed-response assignments, or a combination of both. You will receive your scores within the timeframe specified on the OAE website.

For more details, including preparation materials, test center locations, and policies, visit the OAE and Pearson VUE websites: and