1. You will have two (2) hours to take each examination. Most people complete each test in less than one hour. Therefore, take your time and read each question and each of the possible answers very carefully.
2. You may skip questions and return to them later. You may review any or all of the test as long as you have time remaining on the clock. If you forget to answer any questions before selecting the "Finish Test" button, you will recieve one warning that you have unanswered questions. You may then answer those questions and then click the "Finish Test" button again to get your final score.
3. Most tests have 100 questions and you must answer 70% correctly to pass. For instance, on a test with 100 questions you could miss up to 30 questions and still receive a passing score. However, if you miss 31 or more questions you will receive a failing score and then must re-schedule to take the test over again.
4. You may take a practice test as many times as you wish prior to the real exam. Click"HERE"to take the a Demo Exam. (this is only a sample to demonstrate the computer based testing experience)
Pass the Test What Next?
To pass an exam, you must answer 70 percent or more of the questions correctly. If you have successfully completed the "Laws and Safety" exam and at least one Category-Specific exam you may qualify for a license however, you must first apply for a license from the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA). The pesticide license application will be sent to either the email address or mailing address given when your test was scheduled. The email address or mailing address may be that of an employer or future employer if they scheduled your test. If you want your test results to go ONLY to you, you must make sure the contact information is accurate. If you have any questions about your license, please contact the Pesticides Division at 503-986-4635.
Reviewing Test scores
When you complete your test, be sure and print your score sheet. You will be prompted by the computer to do this at the end of your testing period. If you passed your test, the score sheet is your written proof that you have passed that specific exam. Please review the BOLD text on your score sheet for licensing information. If you failed your test, the score sheet will tell you which "Content Areas" you need to study.
Failed the Test What Next?
If you failed any of the tests, you may re-take that exam.
Call Customer Service toll free (877) 533-2900 at Metro Institute to schedule a new testing time.
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Metro Institute has created a new feature for our Arizona OPM clients. All of our exams can now be Scheduled Online. Browse the Calendar to find the right date and time for you then just click schedule online. All major credit cards are accepted through Paypal. This system will streamline the process of scheduling for the individual and companies that need to register multiple sessions at once.
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