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Why is the Woodcock Johnson test administered?
The Woodcock Johnson III and Woodcock Johnson IV Tests of Achievement are 22-section achievement tests, which assess both academic achievement (what children have learned in school) and cognitive development. They are sometimes paired with an intelligence test to qualify children for gifted and talented programs.
Who can give a Woodcock Johnson Test?
The WJ IV ACH and WJ IV OL require Medium level examiner qualifications: a bachelor's degree in an educational field and undergraduate level coursework in assessment, including ethical administration, scoring, and interpretation.
How long does it take to take the Woodcock Johnson IV?
Summary. Time to Administer: 35 minutes for the first seven tests in the Standard Battery. 5 minutes for each additional test.
What type of test is the Woodcock Johnson?
The Woodcock-Johnson IV Tests of Cognitive Abilities \u2013Fourth Edition (WJ-IV COG; Schrank, McGrew, & Mather, 2014) is an individually-administered, norm-referenced instrument that measures general intellectual ability (g) and specific cognitive abilities in persons age 2 to 90+ years old.
How long does it take to administer Woodcock Johnson?
The WJ-III Standard has 5 subtests and takes 60-90 minutes to administer, but the exam is not timed. The WJ-III NU ACH can be administered year round and will assess K-Graduate grade level (>18.0) equivalency.
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