The Academic Achievement Battery (AAB) is a complete achievement assessment, offering both a comprehensive battery and a screening version for use with individuals between the ages of 4 and 85. Knowing a person's academic strengths and weaknesses can help provide an indication of academic success, or information about factors that may have a negative impact on academic fulfilment.
Developed using strict academic standards, administration and scoring are straightforward and easy. The test can be administered in about 90 minutes and scored in 15, providing you very quickly with a skills analysis that shows the individual's strengths and weaknesses. The analysis offers a wealth of data to make interpretations and recommendations.
Rapid assessment and feedback can be achieved using the screening form, which can be administered in 15 to 30 minutes and scored within 5 to 10 minutes. The screening version measures basic academic skills, including letter and word reading, spelling and mathematical calculation, with an optional written composition component requiring an extra 15 minutes to administer. A composite score provides the user with a snapshot of the individual's performance in reading, spelling, writing and maths. This speed allows you to evaluate fundamental academic skills during an initial evaluation, during re-evaluation or when working with those referred for learning, behavioural or vocational concerns.
The manual also includes evidence supporting the ability of the AAB to differentiate performance in individuals with various learning disabilities, intellectual developmental disorder, ADHD and speech/language impairment.
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