Oral English Proficiency Program Department of English

Oral English Proficiency Test

The Oral English Proficiency Test (OEPT) is a computer-based test used by the OEPP to screen prospective teaching assistants for language proficiency. Candidates respond to a variety of questions, present information and speak extemporaneously on various topics. The responses are recorded and evaluated by at least two trained raters. A score of 50 or higher is required for certification.

For more information on OEPT scores, click here.

For information on other certification methods, click here.

For a copy of the the OEPP's brochure on preparing for the OEPT, click here.

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