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Testing

Testing Options for STEM

All Approved Assessments

Testing Guides

Need to know what test are aligned to a course?  Do you need to know what the number for the approved ODCTE test? Our testing guide provides you those answers.

FY21 Testing Guide

You don't see a test you want to have on the approved list?  Complete the approval from below and send it to your program specialist in STEM.  STEM Contact Information

Link to Test Approval Form

Precision Exams

We have worked with Precision Exams to align Precision Exams to our STEM courses.  Each School will work with Precision Exams to purchase and setup testing. Setup can be done by the student or as a batch upload.  The student will need their state testing number to use for student ID for registration or access.

Schools may purchase a student voucher for a single exam for $8.  Each voucher will be good for up to 18 months. For additional information on site licenses, bundle site license, setup or support see below:

For quotes and purchasing information contact Cameron Wilkinson or call 385.374.1083

For support and setup information contact or call 801.653.9356

Certiport

Certiport is a pioneer in providing complete career-oriented certification solutions to academic institutions and IT professionals. These services encompass test development, psychometrics, program management, sales and marketing for the official Microsoft Office certification program, the Microsoft Technology Associate certification program, the Adobe Certified Associate certification program, the Adobe Certified Expert program, the Autodesk Certified User certification program, the Autodesk Certified Professional certification program, the Intuit QuickBooks Certified User certification program and the IC3 Digital Literacy certification.

ACE College Credit Recommendation Services:

For more information about Certiport, contact Janette Sayer at or 888.222.7890, ext. 158.

SHL Talent Central

The agency is negotiating a statewide agreement with SHL Talent Central, formerly the Brainbench Test Center, to allow students to access more than 600 certification tests. Each school will work directly with SHL on contract details and support. Once the contract is purchased, SHL representatives will work with you to establish your account. The price and specific details will be presented during Oklahoma Summit.

For specific information, contact Austen Larson at austen.larson@shl.com or 612.963.8617. For general support contact www.shl.com.

Order Form - updated as available

User Guide - updated as available

ODCTE Exams

To view a list of the exams, and the knowledge and skills for those exams, that have been developed by the ODCTE Standards and Assessments Division, click here. The tests are arranged by career cluster areas. These exams are free and must be administered by designated local test liaisons.

Study Guides

Online Testing

More information about your testing liaison is Jennifer Palacio Phone:  405.743.5160 or Email:

Approval Form

O*Net: Use this site to find SOC Codes.

CareerOneStop: Use this site to find certification type.

Email approval form to program specialist for your area

Cooperative Alliance

The Cooperative Alliance program is for high school students AND adult students.

High school students can complete their high school studies while earning college credit toward an Associate in Applied Science degree by successfully completing recognized assessments. Colleges in Oklahoma may award college credit for the successful assessment.

Lists of participating colleges, degrees, technology centers and assessments

Link to a list of Prior Learning Assessments (Click Prior Learning Assessments)

Show What You Know

Inventory is a list of cooperative arrangements made between Oklahoma Technology Centers and Oklahoma public institutions.

Inventory is a list of occupational licenses and certifications that have been approved and can be transferred to Oklahoma public institutions.

Inventory is a list of technical courses offered at Oklahoma Technology Centers that have been approved and can be transferred to Oklahoma public institutions. Students must achieve a minimum passing grade, provide an official technology center transcript and be admitted to the participating State System institution in order to receive college transfer credit.

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