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.

Examinees will use BoilerKey to log on to the OEPT test.

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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