WISC V Response Booklets 2

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Description

The WISC-V gives school psychologists, clinical psychologists and neuropsychologists flexibility and interpretive power to get a broader view of a child’s cognitive abilities.

Benefits

  • Increase construct coverage without increasing test time.
  • Identify and diagnose intellectual and learning disabilities.
  • Evaluate cognitive processing strengths and weaknesses.
  • Assess giftedness and the impact of brain injuries.
  • Significantly reduce testing time to obtain FSIQ.
  • Supports more flexible evaluation of specific learning disabilities and two major approaches to specific learning disability identification: (1) pattern of strengths and weaknesses analyses and (2) ability-achievement discrepancy analyses.

Features

WISC-V delivers more flexibility, more content and more interpretive power.

  • Three new primary subtests — Visual Puzzles, Figure Weights, and Picture Span — measure the ability to analysis and synthesize information, quantitative reasoning and induction, and visual working memory.
  • Five new complementary subtests assess cognitive processes important to academic achievement in reading, math, and writing.
  • Simplified instructions with reduced vocabulary level, shorter discontinue rules and refined scoring criteria.
  • Full scoring reports and interpretive reports include narrative interpretation scores.
  • Separate visual spatial and fluid reasoning composite scores results in greater interpretive clarity.
  • Automatically converts total raw scores to subtest scaled scores and sums of scaled scores to composites scores.
  • Statistical links to two measures of academic achievement: KTEA-3 and WIAT-III.
  • Updated normative sample standardized on 2,200 children aged 6:0–16:11.