Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT)
Change in OGT Participants
There will be a small number of students attending high school who will take the OGT. Starting with the fall 2017 test administration, most of the OGT will be administered to adults who have completed their high school requirements and those adults who are completing their high school requirements in an institution such as a community college. In both cases, the adults are required to have a photo ID.
The spring 2018 Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT) will be administered March 12-25
for those students/adults who enrolled in grade 9 for the first time before July 1, 2014 and still need to pass one or more subjects of the OGT. OGT testing can occur on any day and in any order during the 14-day test window. Participants will not be restricted to the number of tests that they can take within a single day. (Note:
Testing also may be scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays.)
District test coordinators can order additional materials or place initial orders in TIDE for OGT
until March 21.
The Pre-processing Record Change Window will close in TIDE for OGT
Note: This is the only record change window for students for the spring 2018 OGT. There will not be a second record change window after the answer documents are processed for OGT students.