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Understanding the exact breakdown of the NYSTCE Safety Net Blind and Visually Impaired CST test will help you know what to expect and how to most effectively prepare. The NYSTCE Safety Net Blind and Visually Impaired CST has 90 multiple-choice questions and 1 essay questions. The exam will be broken down into the sections below:

NYSTCE Safety Net Blind and Visually Impaired CST Exam Blueprint
Domain Name % Number of
Questions
Understanding Blindness and Visual Impairments (B/VI) 18% 20
Assessing Students and Developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) 18% 20
Promoting Student Development and Learning 24% 27
Promoting Students' Communication and Literacy Skills 10% 11
Professional Practice 10% 11