CSET: American Sign Language
CSET: American Sign Language consists of 3 subtests:
- Subtest I (test code 186)
- Subtest II (test code 187)
- Subtest III (test code 188)
- Subtest I: 30 multiple-choice questions and 2 constructed-response questions
- Subtest II: 30 multiple-choice questions and 2 constructed-response questions
- Subtest III: 18 multiple-choice questions and 4 constructed-response questions
Subtest II: 1 hour and 15 minutes
Subtest III: 2 hours and 15 minutes
Southern California area—typically in the Los Angeles/San Diego vicinity
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Tests may include questions that are evaluated for future administrations and do not affect a candidate's score.
Subtests I and III are administered in an individualized setting and include video recorded components that require examinees to view video excerpts and respond in ASL and/or written English. Since some responses are video recorded, it is recommended that you wear solid-colored professional attire that contrasts with your skin tone. Avoid wearing black, white, or red clothing. If possible, avoid clothing with prints and stripes; they will affect the clarity of your video recorded responses and may interfere with the scorers' ability to see your signs. On the day of the test, it is your responsibility to wear clothing that provides the best background upon which to demonstrate your ASL communication ability.