The purpose of the Registered Behavior Technician exam is to assess knowledge of the RBT Task List at a level consistent with that of an entry-level behavior technician. The RBT exam is comprised of 75 multiple-choice questions. Each question has four possible answers. Exam content is based on the RBT Task List. In addition to the 75 graded questions, exams typically include up to 10 ungraded pilot questions. Therefore, candidates sitting for the RBT exam will usually answer 85 questions total. Candidates are given a total of one and a half hours (90 minutes) to complete the exam. This includes time spent reviewing and agreeing to the Exam Terms and Conditions, reading instructions, and any breaks taken during the exam. The exams are administered using a computer-based testing (CBT) format by Pearson VUE, Inc. of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Pearson VUE’s website offers a tutorial to become familiar with the CBT format, as well as information about what to expect at a Pearson VUE testing center. BACB exams are professionally developed to accepted standards and are based on the results of a formal Job Analysis and survey. The BACB follows nationally accepted standards for test development.
|Content Area||Number of Questions|
|C. Skill Acquisition||24|
|D. Behavior Reduction||12|
|E. Documentation and Reporting||10|
|F. Professional Conduct and Scope of Practice||11|
|Total Number of Questions||75|