The ICTS Trainable Mentally Handicapped Test must be passed to remove the Learning Behavior Specialist I (LBS I) Limitation in Illinois. The exam has 125 multiple-choice questions geared toward the assessment and development of special needs students. The test has four key subareas: Human Development and Students with Special Educational Needs; Assessment; Program Development and Intervention; and Professional Knowledge and Legal Issues.
The four subareas of the ICTS Trainable Mentally Handicapped Test include 47 objective statements with broad terms. The objective statements also have descriptive statements that cover identifying and applying the knowledge in appropriate situations. The total score needed to pass the test is 240 or higher of a possible 300. Reports are sent out four weeks after the test and include the complete score as well as scores for each subarea.
Last Updated: 06/26/2014