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Passing a high school graduation exam is an important part of every student's path, the challenge he or she must clear before going on to college. Students of Ohio must pass the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) to earn their high school diploma. TestPrep-Online is committed to helping you or your child pass the OGT with ease and confidence.
 
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  • What Is the OGT
  • Sections of the OGT
  • Interpreting the OGT Scores
  • How to Practice for the OGT
  • What Is the OGT


    The Ohio Graduation Test is a high school graduation exam taken by sophomores studying in the state of Ohio. The test measures students' knowledge and levels of understanding, thus ensuring all students have mastered high school level studies. Students must pass all five sections of the test to graduate. Junior and Seniors are given two additional chances to pass the section they did not pass; if they fail, they may also take the Alternative Pathway, which requires that students meet seven specific requirements to graduate.

    OGT Sections


    The OGT exam is composed of five different subtests that students have up to two and a half hours to complete:

    • Writing

      The Writing section consists of 10 multiple choice questions, 1 short answer, and 2 extended responses.
    • Science

      The Science section consists of 32 multiple choice questions, 4 short answers, and 2 extended responses.
    • Mathematics

      The Mathematics section consists of 32 multiple choice questions, 5 short answers, and 1 extended response.
    • Social Studies

      The Social Studies section consists of 32 multiple choice questions, 4 short answers, and 2 extended responses.
    • Reading

      The Reading section consists of 32 multiple choice questions, 4 short answers, and 2 extended responses.

    Note that each of these subtests also contains 6 extra questions that are tested for future exams. These items are not graded.

    OGT Scores


    Each of the OGT subtests is scored differently, and each has different standards for what qualifies as advanced, accelerated, proficient, basic, and limited performance levels. These standards change every year. The passing score for each section, however, is identical—400.

    This means that your safest bet is to study hard to ensure you earn the highest scores possible.

    Practice for the OGT


    COMING SOON: TestPrep-Online is currently working on developing an affordable and comprehensive OGT preparation pack to help you pass the OGT and earn your high school diploma. With our OGT practice tests, study guide, and detailed answer explanations, you are sure to pass the OGT with flying colors.

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