ORELA Oregon Educator Licensure Assessments, MSE Multiple Subjects Exam Study Guide
The Oregon Educator Licensure Assessment test is a criterion referenced and objective based test that is taken to ensure a high quality educational systems with highly qualified teachers. This test separates the candidates who have the level of knowledge and skills required to perform satisfactorily as educators from the other aspirants.
How to apply
Applicants can register online, by mail or by telephone. Late and emergency registrations are possible with additional fees and penalties. The ORELA test is a multiple choice question based.
The basic programs in ORELA test includes
ESOL : this part of the ORELA test evaluates the skills and knowledge of the candidates regarding English language and its usage. It is basically to tests the non English speakers regarding their ability to communicate both in vocal and writings in English.
Civil Rights and Equity in the Educational Environment: this to test the candidate's basic knowledge about the federal laws, civil rights and duties.
Multiple subjects Examination : this part of the examination tests the candidates knowledgeable and performance capabilities in a particular subject. There is a vast array of subjects lined up in this portion of the ORELA test that may include arts, science, health, medical, mathematics, business education, social sciences etc.
Starting up with the preparation a suitable time before the examination can be very helpful to engage in multiple aspects of the test and have a clear cut demarcation among the variable aspects of the tests and that is one of the prerequisite for getting through any examination.