NCAC I and NCAC II Exams

NCAC I and II Exam

The National Certified Addiction Counselor, Level I and Level II (NCAC I and NCAC II) examinations verify the skills and work experience of professionals working in Substance Use Disorders/Addiction-related disciplines. In addition to distinguishing yourself as a competent professional committed to the highest ethical standards in this area of expertise, the credential provides an opportunity for … Read moreNCAC I and NCAC II Exams

Addiction Counselor Exam

Addiction Counselor Exam Practice Test

Alcohol and drug abuse counseling-related professionals have opportunities to become certified or licensed to improve their knowledge, skills, and standing in the field, starting with the Addiction Counselor exam. The exam has been carefully developed to test the knowledge and skills needed to work as an addiction counselor. Counselors that complete specified education and training … Read moreAddiction Counselor Exam

Master Addiction Counselor Study Guide

Master Addiction Counselor Exam Practice Test

This is a certification exam for professionals who want to be credentialed and nationally recognized for their work with Substance Use Disorder/Addiction-related disciplines. This exam will prove that you have the skills, knowledge, and abilities to succeed and provide a standard of excellence and quality care to your clients. It is developed and maintained by … Read moreMaster Addiction Counselor Study Guide

CRC Test

CRC Exam Practice Test

The Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) Exam is developed and regulated by the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification or CRCC. It is designed to measure knowledge regarding public regulations, laws, and delivery systems for rehabilitation services in the U.S. Who is Eligible? Eligibility is based on your ability to meet the requirements of one of the … Read moreCRC Test

CPCE Exam

CPCE Practice Test

CPCE consists of 200 questions, of which, 160 count toward your score. You will be allotted 3 hours and 45 minutes to complete the exam. Special testing arrangements are available for individuals with conditions covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act and those for whom English is a second language. Those who are requesting such … Read moreCPCE Exam

Alcohol and Drug Counselor Exam

Alcohol and Drug Counselor Exam Practice Test

The Alcohol and Drug Counselor or ADC credential is the largest in the field of addiction-related behavioral healthcare. Over 63 countries use this exam and the credentials earned as the gold standard for professionalism and competency. It is the foundation upon which almost all addiction-related professions are built. Who is Eligible? Eligibility for all IC&RC … Read moreAlcohol and Drug Counselor Exam

ASWB Clinical Exam

ASWB Clinical Exam Practice Test

The ASWB Clinical Exam is a computer-based exam that is four hours in length, and includes 170 multiple-choice questions. Of the 170 questions, only 150 will count toward your score. There are accomodations available for individuals with conditions that meet the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements, as well as those who do not speak English … Read moreASWB Clinical Exam

ASWB Advanced Generalist Exam

The third level of ASWB exams is the Advanced Generalist exam. The Advanced Generalist examination is designed for individuals with a Master’s degree in Social Work and at least 2 years of experience. The content of the Advanced Generalist examination is as follows: Human Development and Behavior in the Environment (10% of the exam; includes … Read moreASWB Advanced Generalist Exam

ASWB Master’s Exam

ASWB Masters Exam Practice Test

All Social Work licensing boards in the United States, its territories, and some Canadian provinces, recognize and require the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Masters examination for licensure. Successful completion of the exam is one step in the licensing process. For more information on what your area requires for licensure, check with your area’s … Read moreASWB Master’s Exam

NCMHCE Test

NCMHCE Practice Test

The National Clinical Mental Health Counseling Exam is taken by those who are seeking licensure and certification as a Mental Health Counselor in their state. This exam is maintained by the National Board for Certified Counselors or NBCC, which is nationally recognized for producing exams that lead the field in counselor credentialing. Those who pass … Read moreNCMHCE Test