Review: MTLE Basic Skills Test Flash Cards








Imagine flash cards actually designed for teachers! Because we know you’ve got a busy life, we’ve developed a flash card book that isn’t like other certification materials out there. With Cirrus Test Prep’s unofficial NEW MTLE Basic Skills Test Flash Cards: Exam Prep Review with 300+ Flash Cards for the Minnesota Teacher Licensure Examination you get a swift but full review of everything tested on your certification exam. Our resources will give you the push you need to pass your test the first time.

Minnesota Board of Teaching (BOT) and Pearson VUE were not involved in the creation or production of this product, are not in any way affiliated with Cirrus Test Prep, and do not sponsor or endorse this product.

Cirrus Test Prep’s MTLE Basic Skills Test Flash Cards includes a comprehensive REVIEW of:

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Mathematics


About Cirrus Test Prep

Developed by experienced current and former educators, Cirrus Test Prep’s study materials help future educators gain the skills and knowledge needed to successfully pass their state-level teacher certification exams and enter the classroom. Each Cirrus Test Prep study guide includes: a detailed summary of the test’s format, content, and scoring; an overview of the content knowledge required to pass the exam; worked-through sample questions with answers and explanations; full-length practice tests including answer explanations; and unique test-taking strategies with highlighted key concepts. Cirrus Test Prep’s study materials ensure that new educators feel prepared on test day and beyond.

Rating: 4-stars


These MTLE Basic Flash Cards are great for studying. They have the three basic subject areas that test takers should be familiar with for the examination. I liked how accurate and easy the questions were. The flash cards were organized by three sections: reading, writing, and mathematics. The flash cards make studying for the Minnesota Teacher License  exam easier and faster. The only exception, was that it makes it hard to study them in the printed format. If they were were spiral bound or tear outs, it would make this a much recommend test prep guide. Overall, it was detailed, organized, and I liked the type of questions it asked.

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