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MTLE's registration, testing, and scoring policies
Part 1 - Basic Skills Test
What about a Basic Skills Test?
Before taking the MTLEs, you will need to take a basic skills test, proving competency in reading, writing, and math. This could be the SAT, ACT plus writing, GRE, Praxis, or MTLE's basic skills test. Information about standards and Minnesota's NES Essential Academic Skills (EAS) are linked below.
The MTLE Basic Skills Test was discontinued and replaced by the Minnesota NES Essential Academic Skills test effective August 30, 2016. MTLE candidates are required to take three Minnesota NES Essential Academic Skills (EAS) subtests: Reading, Writing, and Mathematics. You may take one, two, or all three subtests at one test appointment.
Part 2- MTLE Tests
What Tests Do I Need To Take?
For Licensure you will need to take tests in both pegagogy and your content area. Testing requirements are dependent on licensure type. Follow the link below to see the various licensure tests.