The ICTS Educable Mentally Handicapped Test is given to remove the Learning Behavior Specialist I Limitation. It consists of 125 multiple-choice questions, and focuses on five specific subareas: Human Development and Students with Special Educational Needs; Cognitive Disabilities; Assessment; Program Development and Intervention; and Professional Knowledge and Legal Issues.
There are 51 broad objective statements within the main subareas. The objective statements include more specific descriptive statements that determine an expert's ability to recognize laws and strategies and plan for students who are mentally handicapped. Passing the ICTS Educable Mentally Handicapped Test requires a total score of 240 or above. Test scores range from 100 to 300. Score reports are sent to individuals and the state four weeks after the test is taken. The score report includes the total score as well as a score for each individual subarea.
Last Updated: 06/26/2014