Our BCBA® practice exams and preparation resources have a reputation for being challenging and help prepare you for the “real” exam. Mastering our tests means that you’re prepared for the exam. We are dedicated to making our tests as comparable to the BCBA® exam in order to make your experience the best it can be.
Get our first two, full web-based exams and all of our mini-mocks. If test questions and explanations are most helpful to you, this includes over 600 of both. Our video training is a good compliment to this practice tool.
Exams 1 & 2
Use Exam #1 to study, practice and learn. Use Exam #2 when you're ready for an experience like the ``real thing.`` Purchase this along with our video training in order to maximize your testing preparation.
Why not get every mini-mock that we offer? Get all 14. Take them at your convenience. Save and resume at your convenience, too. You may take each of these twice. Combine this package with our video training for a full task-list review and practice.
Practice Exam 1
Our first Exam/Training is all about the explanations. Take your time and receive explanations of correct and incorrect responses each time you submit an answer. This Exam/Training allows for you to save and resume, also.
Practice Exam 2 (Timed)
This second exam is the most like the ``real`` exam in format. It is 240 minutes of fun! You may mark questions for review and move between exam questions. You can save and resume; the timer continues where you left off. This can be taken twice.
Practice Exam 3
Our 3rd full exam has the same features that you've come to know (160-questions, save and resume, scenario-based, full explanations, proportional to the BACB® exam content), but with completely new questions.
Practice Exam 4
Our 4th and final full exam has the same features that you've come to know (160-questions, save and resume, scenario-based, full explanations, proportional to the BACB® exam content), but with completely separate questions.
Audio Mock Exam
160-question audio mock exam review. We ask you questions and discuss the answers, both right and wrong. Download and play on any device that you would like (mp3). Explanations and more are provided for each answer.
Section A: Measurement
25 questions on the measurement section of the 4th edition task list. There are even some IOA questions on there. Why is everyone always asking for more IOA questions?
Section B: Experimental Design
These 25 questions cover research designs and graphs. The questions in this quiz are different from the questions on our other exams. For if you feel that you need a little extra practice.
Section D (part 1): Fundamental Elements of Behavior Change
Because section D will make up approximately 26 questions on the exam, mastering this section is important. These 25 questions are here to give you more practice with concepts such as positive and negative reinforcement, chaining, shaping and differential reinforcement.
Section D (part 2): Fundamental Elements of Behavior Change
Our second set of 25 questions in section D, because this section is the largest on the BCBA exam. Continue your practice with a variety of concepts such as task analysis, verbal behavior training and parameters/schedules of punishment and reinforcement.
Section E: Specific Behavior-Change Procedures
This section deals with behavior change procedures as varied as stimulus equivalence, errorless learning, instructions/rules and group contingencies.
Section F: Behavior-Change Systems
These 25 questions cover the eight subheadings of the task list that cover concepts such as token economies, incidental teaching and augmentative communication systems.
Section G: Identification of the Problem
This section covers how to begin when identifying the problem such as reviewing available data, medical referrals when necessary, collaboration with others and manipulation environmental variables.
Section H: Measurement
H is the second ``measurement`` section in the 4th edition task list. These questions cover the application of measurement concepts, such as scheduling observation and recording periods, choosing a dimension of behavior to record and evaluating data displays.
Section I: Assessment
These questions deal with such topics as variables that are observable and measurable, behavioral and functional assessment, making recommendations and preference assessment.
Section J (part 1): Intervention
Intervention is proportionally the second largest section on the BCBA exam. Take these two section tests to ``beef up`` your experience with selecting interventions, stimulus/response generalization and using observable, measurable goals.
Section J (part 2): Intervention
The second part of our section J treatment has 25 additional questions in this important area. Cement your learning of behavioral cusps, programming for maintenance, generative learning, using supporting environments and more.
Section K: Implementation, Management & Supervision
20 additional questions in section K of the 4th edition task list to get you thinking about supervision of others and systems for plan fidelity and effectiveness.
These 25 questions are all stated with one or more negation words such as ``LEAST``, ``NOT`` and ``EXCEPT.`` It is suggested that you use a strategy to attack these types of questions on the BCBA exam.
This quiz has 25 additional ethics questions to help you hone your ethical knowledge. Scenario-based, multiple choice questions. As always, explanations on correct & incorrect answers are provided.