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Wide Range Assessments from Pearson

Pearson and Wide Range, Inc., are partnering to bring the assessments you already know and trust into the Pearson family.

With more than 80 years of shared history in the clinical assessment field, Pearson's addition of Wide Range's clinical assessments to their portfolio will take these internationally recognised products and services to the next level.


 

WRAT-4 Kitshot

The WRAT4 is an academic skills assessment which measures reading skills, math skills, spelling, and comprehension. The WRAT4 serves as an excellent initial academic achievement evaluation, re-evaluation, or progress measure for any student.

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The WRIT provides a general measure of intelligence (IQ) with user-friendly materials that make administration simple. It is a highly reliable assessment of cognitive abilities that can be used with individuals aged 4 to 85 years. Taking less than 30 minutes to administer, it assesses both verbal and nonverbal abilities, yielding a Verbal IQ and a Visual IQ, which generate a combined General IQ.

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WRAML2 Kit
The WRAML2 is a standardised instrument that allows the user to evaluate an individual's memory functioning. It provides evaluation of both immediate and delayed memory ability, as well as the acquisition of new learning.

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The WRAVMA is a well-standardised tool that provides a reliable, accurate evaluation of visual-motor skills of children and adolescents from ages 3 years to 17 years. The WRAVMA assesses three areas using three tests: the Drawing (Visual Motor) Test, the Matching (Visual-Spatial) Test, and the Pegboard (Fine Motor) Test.

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WRAT-Expanded
Assess reading, mathematics and nonverbal reasoning

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Last updated: July 27, 2016 

 

 
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