Welcome to the Oklahoma tests page, with resources on tests and testing services in Oklahoma in such areas as academic tests, professional licensing exams and driving tests.
Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests - Oklahoma students are required to take the Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests each year from third through eighth grade. Students are assessed in reading and mathematics every year. In addition, students are assessed in writing, social studies and science in fifth and eighth grade. Most test questions are multiple choice.
Oklahoma High School End of Instruction (EOI) - High school students are required to take End-of-Instruction (EOI) tests in Algebra I and II, Biology I, English II and III, Geometry and U.S. History. Most of the questions are multiple choice, save on the English tests. The results are used to evaluate each student's progress and to rank school performance.
Oklahoma Massage Therapst Licensing - Find information on how to become a massage therapist in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Plumbing Exams and Licensure - Find information on testing and licensing requirements to become a plumber in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Real Estate Agents Tests and Licensing - Real estate agents in Oklahoma are required to pass an exam developed by the Real Estate Commission to receive their license. The exam is computer-based and is administered by a third party. The exam is three hours long and the fee is $60. It has a 130 multiple choice questions.
Oklahoma Cosmetologists Exams and Licensure - Cosmetologists must pass both a written and a practical exam to receive a license in Oklahoma. The fee for both exams is $45. The written exam is computer-based and consists of multiple choice questions covering scientific concepts, laws, regulations and procedures. The practical requires a candidate to demonstrate his or her skills.
Oklahoma Real Estate Appraisers Tests and Licensing- Real estate appraisers are required to pass a licensing exam developed by the Department of Insurance once they complete their educational and work experience requirements. The computer-based exam is administered by a testing service. It has 150 multiple choice questions. Applicants have six hours to finish the exam.
Oklahoma Water Operators Tests and Licensing - Water Operators must pass a licensing exam to be certified, regardless of their class and work site. This is in addition to their training and experience requirements. The exam is administered by the Department of Environmental Quality and costs $62. Applicants by reciprocity are exempted from testing.
Oklahoma Mechanical Contractors Exams and Licensure - A journeyman mechanical contractor must pass a licensing exam to work in Oklahoma. The exam is administered by a testing service and costs $88. All questions are multiple choice and the exam is open book. The test lasts approximately two hours. Candidates must register two days in advance.
Oklahoma Electricians Tests and Licensing - Electricians must pass a two-part licensing exam developed by the Oklahoma Construction Industries Board. One part of the exam is a technical test and the other covers topics in business and law. The fee for the exam is $88. It is open book, multiple choice and lasts about six and half hours.
Oklahoma Driving Tests - Oklahoma requires drivers to pass a vision test, a written exam and a driving skills test to be licensed. New drivers under 18 must go through a Graduated License Program. New residents with a valid license from another state only have to take the vision test to get an Oklahoma license.
Oklahoma Commerical Driving Tests - Applicants for a CDL must pass a knowledge exam for each class of vehicle they wish to drive and each endorsement they want to obtain. They must also pass a three-part skills test that covers a pre-trip vehicle inspection, basic vehicle control and on-road driving. Applicants must also pass a medical exam.