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PTS Assessments

The Expressive One-Word Picture Vocabulary Test, Fourth Edition (EOWPVT-4) now features norms through geriatric ages (80+). The EOWPVT-4 is an individually administered, norm-referenced assessment of how well persons age 2 years 0 months to over 80 years can name (in English) the objects, actions,... more
The ASEBA is a comprehensive evidence-based assessment system developed through decades of research and practical experience. The ASEBA assesses competencies, adaptive functioning, and behaviour, emotional, and social problems from age 1 1/2 to over 90 years. There are three forms... more
The Adult Self-Report (ASR) obtains adults' self-reports of diverse aspects of adaptive functioning and problems. The Adult Behaviour Checklist (ABCL) is a parallel form for obtaining reports from people who know the adult well. Both forms are valuable for assessing adults... more
Covering oral reading and comprehension, discrimination of initial and final sounds, names and sounds of the alphabet, graded spelling, auditory discrimination and blending, word lists and silent reading and writing, the NEALE is a best selling reading assessment tool. Key Features:... more
The Woodcock-Johnson III (WJ III) consists of two distinct, co-normed batteries:  The WJ III Tests of Achievement The WJ III Tests of Cognitive Abilities Together, these batteries comprise a wide age-range, comprehensive system for measuring general intellectual... more
There are two forms available for the pre-school age age: Child Behavior Checklist and Language Development Survey (CBCL 1½ – 5) Caregiver–Teacher Report Form (C-TRF) The following cross-information syndromes were derived from both forms: Emotionally reactive... more
Since its original publication, the CARS has become one of the most widely used and empirically validated autism assessments. It has proven especially effective in discriminating between children with autism and those with severe cognitive deficits, and in distinguishing mild-to-moderate from... more
The CTI is a self-administered measure of negative career thinking. It may be used for screening and needs assessment as well as a learning resource to help adults, university, and secondary school students. It aims to assist in identifying, challenging, and altering negative career thoughts. The... more
The New Reynell Developmental Language Scales (NRDLS) is the fourth edition of the most widely-used and highly regarded assessment tools for identifying speech and language delays and impairments in very young children. The Scales have been revised, improved and newly standardised on more... more
The ACER General Ability Tests (AGAT) is a test of general intellectual ability, designed to assist teachers in their assessment of students' learning potential and overall aptitude. Covering Years 2 to 10, the AGAT is a thoroughly researched and nationally normed assessment instrument. Each... more

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