MTTC Cognitive Impairment Practice Test
One of the subtests in the MTTC series is the MTTC Cognitive Impairment (56) exam that qualifies the applicant to teach those with cognitive impairments in the state of Michigan. Such an important test requires that the applicant be fully-prepared on test day.
Our free MTTC Cognitive Impairment practice test was developed so that test takers can get comfortable with what they will see on the test. However, knowledge of the formatting and rules of the test are also very important to your success on test day, so we want to share some important information with you about the exam that can help you focus your study to what you need to focus on.
The test is offered in a computer-based format as well as a traditional paper-based format. The test consists of 100 multiple-choice questions in the following subject areas: Understanding Students with Cognitive Impairments (20%), Assessing Students with Cognitive Impairments and Developing Individualized Programs (20%), Promoting Development and Learning in Students with Cognitive Impairments (40%), and Working in the Professional Environment (20%).
The minimum passing score is 220. We share all of this important info to help you succeed on test day because that is our passion! That is why we designed the MTTC Cognitive Impairment practice test – to help you ace your test! Our practice test will help you get used to the wording and format of test questions before test day while testing your knowledge. If you want to see some sample practice questions, some are available below to help you kick-start your preparation!
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