NYSTCE Students with Disabilities Practice Test
Teaching students with disabilities in the state of New York requires certification by the New York State Board of Education. The NYSTCE Series – New York State Teacher Certification Examination was created by the New York State Board of Education to determine whether educators have the knowledge and skills that are necessary to be an entry-level educator of students with disabilities in the New York public school system.
Teachers of students with disabilities work with the Committee on Special Education to create and implement individualized programs that enable students with disabilities to reach their highest potentials. Mometrix specially designed the NYSTCE Students with Disabilities Study Guide to help prepare you for the NYSTCE Students with Disabilities Exam.
This test contains 90 selected-response questions and 1 constructed-response question. You will have up to 3 hours and 15 minutes to complete this test at an official testing center. The New York State Board of Education requires a score of 520 to pass the test and become certified to teach students with disabilities. The NYSTCE Students with Disabilities Practice Test will assess your readiness for the test. This examination includes 6 subareas of teaching students with disabilities. The sections on Foundations of Special Education and Knowledge of Students with Disabilities each comprise about 10% of the exam.
Assessment and Individual Program Planning and Instructional Planning and Delivery to Promote Students and Success in the General Curriculum each comprise about 20% of the exam. Strategies for Planning and Managing the Learning Environment and for Providing Behavioral Interventions makes up about 10% of your score. The final 20% of the score covers Analysis, Synthesis, and Application of all topics where you incorporate your knowledge using a constructed-response answer. You will have plenty of time to complete and pass the exam if you prepare well and pace yourself. Dress comfortably and in layers so that you are not distracted by the temperature in the room. Arrive at least 15 minutes early to the testing center and be sure to bring an acceptable form of identification with you.
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