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NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) (201) Quick Facts

Test Breakdown

The NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) exam consists of 40 multiple-choice questions and 3 constructed response questions. This exam is divided into 5 content areas:

  1. Diverse Student Populations
  2. English Language Learners
  3. Students with Disabilities and Other Special Learning Needs
  4. Teacher Responsibilities
  5. School-Home Relationships

We dig deeper into the NYSTCE EAS exam format in our exam breakdown article.

Cost

$80

What to Bring

In most cases, only one form of primary ID is needed. Be sure to visit your state’s official NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) exam website to learn more information about what your need to bring on test day.

Dates and Locations

Tests are year-round, by appointment only. Use the NYSTCE website to find a test location near you

Scoring

The NYSTCE EAS passing score is a 520. Learn more about EAS scoring using our scoring guide!

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NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) (201) FAQs

Do I get a break during the NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) (201) exam?

Depending on your test you may or may not have a scheduled break included. If you choose to take an unscheduled break, your test clock will not stop, so it’s recommended that you use the restroom before or after your test.  Long breaks are documented by test administrators, so do not take more than 5 to 10 minutes.

How do I pass the Educating All Students (EAS) test?

To pass the NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) (201) exam, you must first understand what is on the exam and what you will be expected to know. Once you identify areas of weakness, you can begin targeting those areas with instructional content and practice questions.

How long will the NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) (201) exam take?

The full test is 2.5 hours, but expect to be at the testing site longer. Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before your appointment time to get checked in.

What should expect on test day for my NYSTCE Educating All Students (EAS) exam?

Check the NYSTCE exam page to learn more about the testing policies. 

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