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MTLE Elementary Education (Grades K-6): Subtest 2 Scoring Guide

MTLE Elementary Education (Grades K-6): Subtest 2 (192) Scoring Guide

MTLE Elementary Education Subtest 2 (192) Scoring Guide

If you plan to teach elementary school in Minnesota, you’ve probably heard of the MTLE Elementary Education (Grades K-6) exam, which is required for licensure. As you may know, this exam has three separate subtests, including MTLE Elementary Education: Subtest 2. Each subtest is critical to passing the Elementary Education exam as a whole, so it’s important to understand the scoring system of the MTLE Elementary Education (Grades K-6): Subtest 2 exam. If you know what it takes to pass, you’ll be able to prepare more effectively.

To give you a leg up, this article will cover all you need to know about MTLE Elementary Education: Subtest 2 exam scoring.

Overview of the MTLE Elementary Education (Grades K-6): Subtest 2 Scoring Guide: 

The multiple-choice questions on the MTLE Elementary Education (K-6): Subtest 2 exam will assess your competence in these main content areas:

  1.   Mathematics
  2.   Health/Fitness and Fine Arts

The exam consists of 50 multiple-choice questions and has a time limit of 60 minutes. For more details on the structure of this test, take a look at our MTLE Elementary Education (Grades K-6): Subtest 2 exam overview.

How the Exam is Scored

The MTLE Elementary Education: Subtest 2 exam is scored by taking the sum of your correct answers and converting them to a scaled score that takes test difficulty into account.

There is no penalty for incorrect answers on this exam.

Passing Score

To pass the MTLE Elementary Ed (Grades K-6): Subtest 2 exam, you must receive a scaled score of at least 240.

When Will You Get Your Score Report

Visit the MTLE website to find out what day your Elementary Education (Grades K-6) scores will be posted. (Scroll down to “Score Reporting.”) This will typically be within a month of your exam date.

Understanding Your Score Report

The first section of the MTLE Elementary Education (Grades K-6): Subtest 2 score report will show your subtest score and state whether you passed.

The next section will provide Subtest Diagnostic Information, showing how you performed on each content area. This will be represented by a +, ++, +++, or ++++ (respectively: few or no items answered correctly, some answered correctly, many answered correctly, most answered correctly). On the other side of your score report, you should find an even more extensive Detailed Performance Analysis, which will show how you performed on each subtopic within the content areas.

If you did not pass the exam, you should find this score report helpful for future studying. By reviewing your performance within each content domain, you can identify the areas where you need the most work.

Retaking the Exam

If you don’t pass the MTLE Elementary Education: Subtest 2 exam on your first try, you are allowed to retake it as many times as you wish. However, you must wait 30 days between each attempt.

Conclusion:

MTLE Elementary Education (Grades K-6): Subtest 2 exam scores play a key role in determining your eligibility to teach in Minnesota. Understanding how this test is scored and what is required to pass should help you prepare more effectively, maximizing your chances of success.

If you don’t pass the MTLE Elementary Education: Subtest 2 exam on your first try, remember to take advantage of the detailed information on your score report. This is an invaluable tool for identifying areas where you need improvement.

Even if your first try was unsuccessful, you should feel confident that you can pass the MTLE Elementary Education (Grades K-6): Subtest 2 exam. With diligent study and a clear understanding of the test, you’ll be well prepared for your next attempt.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the passing score for the MTLE Elementary Education (K-6): Subtest 2 exam?

The passing score for the MTLE Elementary Education: Subtest 2 exam is 240.

When will I receive my Elementary Education: Subtest 2 score report?

Your official scores will be released on a specified date. Visit the MTLE website to find out when you can expect your score report.

Do I need to get a specific score on each content domain of the MTLE Elementary Education (Grades K-6): Subtest 2 exam?

No, you will receive one overall score for the subtest. Score reports can reveal how you performed in each area, but this data is for informational purposes only.

If I fail the MTLE Elementary Education: Subtest 2 exam, am I allowed to retake it?

Yes, you are allowed to take the exam as many times as you wish. You must wait 30 days between each attempt.

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