The WRIT is a battery of four subtests of cognitive ability. It assesses both verbal and nonverbal abilities by means of verbal and visual scales – the verbal subtests are vocabulary and verbal analogies and the visual subtests are matrices and diamonds.
Scores yield a verbal (crystallised) IQ, a visual (fluid) IQ, and a general IQ when combined. The WRIT was also co-normed with the WRAT (above), allowing for a comprehensive assessment of intelligence and achievement and a means to identify discrepancies.
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Glutting, Adams, & Sheslow, 2000
20 - 30 minutes (timed)
WRIT Complete set (includes forms for 25 administrations)