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Practice Quiz presents 98 free review questions to assist in the preparation for the Alcohol and Drug Counselor ADC exam
The IC&RC Alcohol and Drug Counselor Examination has been developed by IC&RC through the cooperation of its Member Boards and their strong desire to have an exam that is based on current practice in the field. IC&RC is the global leader in the credentialing of prevention, addiction treatment, and recovery professionals. These materials will be useful for anyone preparing for a state or international AODA program, or Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC).
The ADC test contains approximately 150 multiple choice questions, 25 of which are unscored pre-test questions The test-taker has 3 hours (computer based) or 3.5 hours (paper and pencil) to complete the exam.
The following Counseling topics are covered on the exam:
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There are 150 questions on the ADC exam, divided across the following four categories: Screening, Assessment, and Engagement (23%), Treatment Planning, Collaboration, and Referral (27%), and Professional and Ethical Responsibilities (22%).
The ADC exam is 3 hours long.
The passing score for the ADC exam is 500.
Earning a passing score on the ADC exam grants the test taker the ADC credential.
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