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Comprehensive Evaluation

A comprehensive psychoeducational evaluation takes approximately 5-6 hours to administer. The assessment includes cognitive (intelligence) testing, perceptual processing tests and in-depth academic skills testing. The following is a list of test batteries used in this evaluation.

All but one are standardized tests and are used in public and private school settings, as well as in clinical settings.  Please note that not all subtests from every battery are administered, and not all of these batteries are appropriate for all students. Instead, we determine what tests will provide us with the type of information we need to understand a student's learning abilities and needs.
  • Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (Fourth Edition)
  • Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (Third Edition)
  • Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities (Third Edition)
  • Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Academic Achievement (Third Edition)
  • Tests of Auditory Processing Skills
  • Rey Complex Design
  • Gates-McGinitie Reading Test (Fourth Edition)
  • Nelson-Denny Reading Test (Form G)
  • Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test (Third Edition)
  • Expressive Vocabulary Test
  • Beery Test of Visual-Motor Integration (Fifth Edition)
  • Gray Oral Reading Test (Fourth Revision)
  • Slosson Oral Reading Test (Revised)
  • Slingerland Screening Tests
  • Conners' Parent Rating Scale-Revised (Long Form)
  • Conners' Teacher Rating Scale-Revised (Long Form)
  • Conner-Wells' Self Report
Note: If there are concerns about a student's attention, concentration, organization or activity level, then the Conners' rating scales are utilized. This information does not allow for a formal diagnosis of AD/HD, which requires a medical evaluation and diagnosis. However, it provides information that is helpful to a psychiatrist who may be working with the individual.