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Ohio Test Information

Essential Info

  • Test Dates (Ohio Department of Education)
    When do students take their exams?  This page lists dates for the OAA, OGT, and other Ohio tests.

  • See Released Tests (Ohio Department of Education)
    Each year, the state releases test materials used during previous years. See OGT questions, correct answers, the reasoning behind the answers. Start studying now!

More Released Questions & Practice Tests

  • Released Test Materials (Ohio Department of Education)
    This page contains previous Grade 3-8 Acheivement Assessments and Ohio Graduation Tests, along with answer keys and scoring guides.  The files are in PDF format, and they can be downloaded free of charge.

  • Practice Tests (Ohio Department of Education)
    Half- and full-length tests designed to be used as study aids for achievement and graduation tests.  The files are in PDF format, and they can be downloaded free of charge.

General Information

  • Ohio Achievement Assessments (Ohio Department of Education)
    Students are required to take Ohio Achievement Assessments (OAA) in reading, writing, math, science, and social studies between grades three and eight.

  • Ohio Graduation Tests (Ohio Department of Education)
    The Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT) are administered beginning in tenth grade. To receive a high school diploma, a student must pass all five tests: reading, writing, math, science, and social studies.

  • Ohio's Statewide Testing (Ohio Department of Education)
    This website has tools that can help students and families understand the OAA and OGT.  It includes an overview of what students should know at each grade level, online practice test questions, and how questions are scored.  The OGT section also has information about retaking the OGT, getting the most out of grades 11 and 12, and preparing for college and careers.

  • Testing and Assessments (Ohio Department of Education)
    The state's testing homepage has information about testing policies.  The "Rules Book" gives an overview of the exams and explains testing eligibility, graduation requirements, accomodations, and more.

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