Maintained and Updated as of 2023
There are 90 questions on the NYSTCE Students with Disabilities exam across the following seven categories: Background and best practices (10%), Understanding disability and development (10%), Assessments and programming (20%), Classroom management (10%), Effective methods of curriculum-based instruction (20%), Strategies for skill acquisition (10%), and Meeting students’ needs (20%).
The NYSTCE Students with Disabilities exam is three hours and fifteen minutes long.
A passing score for the NYSTCE Students with Disabilities exam is 520.
A passing grade on the NYSTCE Students with Disabilities is required for certification for teachers in New York.
Ted Chan is the Managing Editor of PracticeQuiz.com. Ted has experience as a journalist and a writer, including editorial or content production roles at ESPN, Better Business Bureau, The Boston Globe, and Forbes. Ted holds a BA from Swarthmore College with High Honors, and a MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. Ted also studied at the Harvard Business School, earning a Certificate in Value-based Health Care Delivery.
All content, unless otherwise noted, was created for PracticeQuiz. Let an editor now if you have suggested content edits by emailing us at the support address in the header, or by commenting in the Contribute box above.