Social Work Bachelor's Exam Prep

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Social Work Bachelor

The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Bachelor's Examination is a Licensing Exam that is administered to social workers looking to become licensed. It usually administered by the computer. The exam covers different area necessary for ASWB certification. The concentrated areas include Direct and Indirect Practice, Ethics, Professional Relationships, and Values. Take this quiz to brush up your knowledge of the questions that could be asked.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Oppositional defiant disorder depicts youngsters with serious practices that are uncooperative and threatening toward power figures. The issue is regularly seen at home and school, influencing a kid's family, social, and scholastic life. What level of school-matured youngsters experience the ill effects of this disorder?
    • A. 

      16%

    • B. 

      58%

    • C. 

      47%

    • D. 

      20%

  • 2. 
    What is this disorder that is so common in the society, which influences relationships and work with its long-haul chronic patterns? Side effects include unwillingness of being alone, frequent scenes of unseemly anger, self-damage, and a feeling of vacancy or emptiness. People with this issue exhibit hastiness with substance misuse, cash, shoplifting, and sexual relationships.
    • A. 

      ADHD

    • B. 

      Borderline personality disorder

    • C. 

      Chronic fatigue syndrome

    • D. 

      Obsessive compulsive behavior

  • 3. 
    Anxiety is depicted as a reaction to complications that influence our regular day to day lives. Some examples are a pending separation, losing an occupation, or a child failing miserably in school. These are viewed as psychological triggers that propel us to attempt and resolve the issue. At what point does anxiety go from an ordinary stage to a serious issue?
    • A. 

      When it lasts for a short amount of time

    • B. 

      When thoughts turn to self-harm

    • C. 

      When it alerts one to a problem

    • D. 

      When it interferes with problem solving

  • 4. 
    Extreme injury amid early youth can have the impact of identity expresses that persistently hold control over a person's conduct. Tedious physical, sexual, and psychological mistreatment makes a powerless in reviewing key individual bits of data. Memories have a tendency to fluctuate as per the distinctive characters one assume. What is the name of this disorder?
    • A. 

      Dissociative Identity Disorder

    • B. 

      Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome

    • C. 

      Alter-Ego Disorder

    • D. 

      Bi-Polar Disorder

  • 5. 
    A few people experience the ill effects of a confusion that is portrayed by extraordinary or extreme mood swings. Manic practices or behaviours that might harm a person's wellbeing will all of a sudden change to a way of dejection. This is an unpredictable illness to analyze since states of mind can last for quite a long time or even months. What is the disorder being depicted?
    • A. 

      Dissociative Identity Disorder

    • B. 

      Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    • C. 

      Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    • D. 

       Bi-Polar Disorder

  • 6. 
    Schizophrenia regularly happens in youthful adulthood and is joined by critical job-related or social dysfunction. The diagnosis depends on self-revealed encounters and watched behaviours. There are no medical or restorative tests to approve the presence of this disorder. What are some revealed symptoms?
    • A. 

      Restlessness, talkative, sadness, crying

    • B. 

      Hallucinations, disorganized speech, paranoia, social isolation

    • C. 

      Violent outbursts, anger episodes, night terrors

    • D. 

      Alter-ego, neurological problems, weight gain

  • 7. 
    Samuel has felt pitiful and low, frequently for brief timeframes. Of late, intense sentiments of defenselessness, misery, and uselessness have been going on for a considerable length of time. Encountering something like five indications of this disorder may give one what analysis or diagnosis?
    • A. 

      Post-traumatic stress disorder

    • B. 

      Insomnia

    • C. 

      Major depression

    • D. 

      Bi-polar disorder

  • 8. 
    Bipolar disorder used to be called hyper depressive issue or more appropriately manic-depressive disorder. The earnestness of this psychological instability drives one to perilous practices, for example, suicide. Less serious cases tend to harm individual connections and professions. It is described by high and low emotional episodes that move from madness to sadness.  How is this mania depicted?
    • A. 

      Restless, talkative, reckless, euphoric

    • B. 

      Happiness, cheerful, excited, pleasure

    • C. 

      Sadness, crying, sense of worthlessness, loss of energy

    • D. 

      Anger, hostility, stress, tension

  • 9. 
    Chuck has requested deference for all that he has achieved since primary school. He has a tendency to overstate his accomplishments and shows a mind-boggling desire for progress, power, and love. Chuck feels he can only be comprehended by others like him who reigns predominant in some part of life. What disorder does this person depict?
    • A. 

      Bi-polar disorder

    • B. 

      Narcissistic personality disorder

    • C. 

      Chauvinistic personality disorder

    • D. 

      Borderline personality disorder

  • 10. 
    Persistent thoughts, contemplations, or impulses can meddle with a person's thoughts, causing huge distress. This type of anxiety disorder likewise shows repetitive practices or behaviours that are performed with an end goal to decrease anxious feelings. Roughly 2% of the populace builds up this issue. What is this sort of disorder?
    • A. 

      Tourette syndrome

    • B. 

      Social conduct disorder

    • C. 

      Obsessive-compulsive disorder

    • D. 

      Oppositional defiant disorder