Social Work Masters Exam Prep

Maintained and Updated as of 2024 presents 116 free test prep questions for ASWB Masters Social Worker exam

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Social Work Masters MSW Practice Test

The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Masters Examination is a multiple-choice Licensing Exam that is administered looking to become a licensed social worker. It is administered by computer.

The exam is 170 multiple-choice questions in total, although only 150 questions will count toward the overall score. Test takers have four hours to finish the exam, and tests may be scheduled at any time during the year depending on the individual testing center. The Masters Examination is inclusive of the following parts:

  • Human Development, Diversity, And Behavior In The Environment
  • Assessment And Intervention Planning
  • Direct And Indirect Practice
  • Professional Relationships, Values, And Ethics

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