Educational Achievement Tests

Many parents are concerned about their childís academic performance. The Woodcock-Johnson Ė Third Edition Tests of Achievement measures an individualís performance in several academic areas including reading, oral language, mathematics and written language. This information is vital in understanding a childís academic strengths and weaknesses, in developing remedial or extension programs and for making placement decisions. These achievement tests consist of a selection from twenty two subtests to allow testing to be tailored to an individualís specific needs. This test has been normed in Australian and modified for Australian language. It is suitable for individuals up to 90 years of age. The Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement can be used independently or in conjunction with the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities. This comprehensive achievement appraisal includes initial interview, testing, a comprehensive written report with recommendations and a feedback meeting.

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