GACE School Counseling Test II (104): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1. During her reading test, Mya usually sits near her teacher so she can help her with pronouncing words. This week, Mya took the test at her desk in the classroom because her teacher was absent. She had a lot of difficulty and scored low. This is an example of:

Question 2 2. Jonathan has special needs and has qualified for special education services. His personalized plan is followed daily by his learning and support team and is known as:

Question 3 3. Mrs. Wells is a guidance counselor who works closely with the students in her building. One of them is experiencing anxiety about the upcoming state tests. She feels as if she will 'fail' her grade if she does not do well on the exam. This student's anxiety is characteristic of a student in:

Question 4 4. Mr. Smith taught a series of lessons to students at his high school that focused on career choices. At the end of the unit, he assessed the students. Michael, a student at the school, missed several lessons due to illness. He took the exam, but did not score well. In this case, for Michael, the exam lacked:

Question 5 5. State tests, final exams, and national exams are all examples of this type of assessment:

Question 6 6. This theory of addiction assumes that an individual has extreme stressors and therefore becomes dependent upon alcohol. This is known as a:

Question 7 7. Which of the given examples demonstrates a blended family?

Question 8 8. Helping an individual to decide on a career path can be done by using various career assessments. This type of assessment helps by identifying what is personally important to an individual and is known as:

Question 9 9. According to Ginzberg, this stage occurs when an individual begins to consider career choices. It is known as:

Question 10 10. Which of the following given choices demonstrates the highest level of thinking within Bloom's Taxonomy?

Question 11 11. After a student answers a question during Social Studies, Mr. Jackson listens carefully and pauses for a few seconds. This is known as:

Question 12 12. Mr. Milton provided his high school students with a comprehensive lecture on career choices, focusing on a variety of potential interests. This type of instruction is known as:

Question 13 13. The Law of Effect theorizes that individuals are motivated by rewards and avoid punishment. This was created by:

Question 14 14. Benton struggles in school with some anxieties and social issues. His grades are usually low average. His parents requested special education testing, but he did not qualify. He is still able to receive some accommodations according to:

Question 15 15. Students have the opportunity to participate in vocational education in high school, and counselors are mandated to ensure that this occurs. The law that specifies this is known as:

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