Q-interactive, Pearson’s 1:1 iPad Based Assessment SystemQ-interactive®
- Q-interactive is a 1:1 iPad-based testing system that helps administer, score, and report 15 different clinical assessments, including WISC–V UK, WIAT–III UK, and CELF-5 UK. The system is ideal for Educational and Clinical psychologists, SLT’s, and SENCO’s
- System requirements:
Q-interactive™ is a revolutionary digital system that delivers the world’s most advanced assessment tools you can take with you anywhere. Q-interactive saves you time, while adding unprecedented flexibility, portability, convenience and efficiency.
It is created to cater to the specific test administration and reporting needs of Psychologists, Speech and Language Therapists and SENCOs/Specialist Teachers.
Q-interactive pricing consists of an annual license for each user and a per-subtest usage charge. Usage is via a prepay method in which you estimate the total subtests for a license year and pay upfront. Some additional materials are needed for administration (e.g., blocks, response booklets, etc.).
Step 1: Choose a suitable licence for your profession
Q-interactive requires an annual license, good for one year from the date of purchase, for users to gain access to the system. The annual fee is based on the number of users in your organisation. You will need to purchase one license for each user that will administer assessments on the system.
Speech and Language Licence: Includes access to our Speech tests.
For information on training licences, please visit our TPP page.
Step 2: Estimate and purchase your usage
Estimate and purchase your usage upfront. Tiered pricing is available based on the number of subtests purchased:
Please note: WIAT-III UK, WRAT-5 and KTEA-3 subtests count as 0.5 subtests used once administered, the CVLT-C, CVLT-3, GFTA-3 and RBANS are the equivalent of 3 subtests used.
A comprehensive digital system, Q-interactive provides a more effective way to do work, serve clients, and evolve your practice.
Testing takes place on two iPads in an app called “Assess.” Use the first iPad to access test administration instructions, score and record responses, and control visual stimuli. The examinee uses the other iPad to view and respond to stimuli.