CEOE OSAT French Sample Test Field 20

CEOE OSAT French Sample Test Field 20

by Sharon Wynne

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CEOE OSAT French Sample Test Field 20 Includes competencies/skills found on the CEOE OSAT French test and 125 sample-test questions. This guide, aligned specifically to standards prescribed by the Oklahoma Department of Education, covers the sub-areas of Listening Comprehension; Reading and Vocabulary; Language Structures; Cultural Understanding and Language Acquisition; Written Expression; and Oral Expression.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781581977868
Publisher: XAMOnline.com
Publication date: 10/06/2006
Series: XAM OSAT Series
Pages: 68
Product dimensions: 8.25(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.15(d)

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CEOE OSAT French Sample Test Field 20 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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I ordered this thinking it would be good review before I take the OSAT and was surprised to find that it is full of errors. There are spelling errors, errors in questions, and more. It also advertises there are over 125 sample test questions. There are only 120. The entire front half of the booklet is the sample test. There are questions without answer blanks and you have to guess where the answer belongs, there are missing accent marks throughout the sample test, and there are spelling errors. The second half, with answers, has accents. There are inconsistencies with answers to questions between the question section and the explanations of correct answers in the back. (i.e. a, b, c, and d are different). This happened on more than one question. There are questions in the front, and completely different questions with answers in the back. It looks like it was edited by a very lazy person who just didn't care. There are also outdated facts: How long does France's Presidential term last? The answers in the Sample test section were 6 ans, 5 ans, 4 ans, and 3 ans. In the Answer Explanations, it has totally different answers, of 7 ans, 5 ans, 4 ans, and 3 ans, and the correct answer given is 7 ans (This was changed in 2000 to 5 yrs.) Also, one question was 'As of 1996, who is President of France?' It also asks questions without providing any way to get the answer: How many francs will you spend to go 1st class, round trip, from Strasbourg to Lyon? (Asked without a schedule, or fare listing.) Also, it doesn't provide sample essay, reading comprehension questions, or speaking questions. This was so disappointing. I would not recommend it to anyone. It is not worth the money, time, or aggravation. You can do better studying on your own.