Intelligence tests measure an individual’s overall learning potential. Components of typical intellectual evaluations include verbal concept formation, fluid and non-verbal reasoning, working memory and processing speed. Typical tests to evaluate intellectual abilities include (not limited to): Wechsler Individual Scale for Children – Fourth Edition; Stanford Binet – Fifth Edition; Woodcock-Johnson Test of Cognitive Abilities – Third Edition.; Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children – Second Edition.
Individuals are evaluated in the primary areas of learning: basic reading, reading comprehension, reading fluency, math calculation, math reasoning, written expression. Typical tests to evaluate achievement include (not limited to): Wechsler Individual Achievement Test – Third Edition; Woodcock-Johnson Test of Achievement Abilities – Third Edition; Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement – Second Edition; Test of Early Math Ability; Test of Early Reading Ability.