Wechsler Individual Achievement Test: Fourth Ed (WIAT-4)
Publication date: Fall 2020Age range: Individuals 4:0 - 50:11Qualification level: B Completion time: Varies by grade level and number of subtests administeredAdministration: Paper-and-pencil, Q-interactive, and Q-globalScores/Interpretation: Fall, Winter, and Spring grade-based standard scores, age-based standard scores, percentile ranks, stanines, NCEs, age and grade equivalents, and growth scale values.Scoring options: Q-interactive® Web-based Administration and Scoring, Q-global™ Scoring & Reporting or Manual ScoringReport Options: Reports include Score Summary, subtest Comparisons, Achievement/Ability Comparisons; Parent report availableUses: Analyses of academic achievement; Supporting diagnoses of specific learning disabilities; Academic program placement; Intervention planning; Dyslexia screening/ evaluation
Wechsler Individual Achievement Test®, Fourth Edition (WIAT®-4) expands upon the flexibility of the widely used achievement test. Suitable for use in a multitude of settings and available to a wide array of professionals, the newest edition of the WIAT has some exciting updates to help you identify what support they need to achieve more.
New Subtests, More Flexible Scoring
WIAT-4 features new subtests and expanded scoring capabilities, including composites for Phonological Processing, Orthographic Processing, Writing Fluency, and an Orthographic Processing Extended Composite*
The included Dyslexia Index Scores support efficient, reliable screening.
New: Phonemic Proficiency – measures speed and accuracy of phonological manipulation
New: Orthographic Fluency - measures speed of irregular word reading
New: Decoding Fluency - measures speed of pseudoword reading
New: Sentence Writing Fluency - measures speed of sentence composition