Official MoGEA and MoCA Preparation materials and practice tests are available on the Missouri Educator Gateway Assessment (MEGA) website.
MoGEA resources at Khan Academy (online and free!)
Study Guides are available the Learning Commons! (129 Education)
MoGEA and MoCA study guides are available in room 129 of the Education building; check in with Student Services front desk staff to learn more.
Buy your own: MoGEA SECRETS study guide
(Also search online for MEGA SECRETS for the Missouri Content Assessment content exam study guides)
Need help paying for the MoGEA or a MEGA/MoCa exams?
Pearson vouchers are available through our Student Services office. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and include a short paragraph about your financial need and academic goals.
UMKC Online Readiness Tool
Are you thinking about taking an online class for the first time? Your answers to these questions can help you decide whether or not to take an online course. You should also talk to your adviser before you decide.
Academic Support and Mentoring
Math and science tutoring, Student Success Seminars, & supplemental instruction for many courses at UMKC.
UMKC Writing Studio
Do you need help with a written assignment, or just want someone to proofread your work? Visit the UMKC Writing Studio! The tutors at the Writing Studio can also be an excellent resource for preparing for the Roo Writer and the Writing sub-test of the MoGEA.
Also, ask your academic advisor about reducing test anxiety, how to keep organized, and how to improve your time management skills.
UMKC Counseling CenterThe UMKC Counseling Center is an excellent resource for students who would like help addressing concerns ranging from stress management, reducing test anxiety, and dealing with difficult people, to providing confidential counseling for survivors of abuse, or students who are struggling with anxiety or depression. Reach out today – you are not alone! There are resources on campus available to help students just like you.
UMKC Office of Services for Students with Disabilities
Do you have a documented disability or health issue? Did you have an IEP in high school? Talk with your academic advisor about the types of services UMKC has to offer. From extra time on exams to requesting project extensions or quiet testing locations, the OSSD can provide support and resources to a variety of students with unique learning needs.