The WJ IV consists of three independent and co-normed batteries that can be used independently or in any combination, depending on an examiner's needs.
Designed to place emphasis on the most useful identifiers for strengths and weaknesses in cognitive abilities through seven different broad CHC abilities, this battery captures Gf-Gc composite, Gwm clusters, and other scores for interpretation.
This battery is ideal for accurately screening, diagnosing, and monitoring progress in reading, writing, and mathematics achievement areas. Three forms (A, B, C) with parallel content provide the means to monitor progress two to three times per year.
This new battery can help determine and describe a student’s ability to use expressive language. It includes nine English tests and three Spanish tests, all in a single easel.
“The WJ IV … allows practitioners to complete thorough evaluations using the same family of instruments. When I administer a battery that is less comprehensive, I complement my evaluations and test my hypotheses with the WJ IV.”
The WJ Online Scoring and Reporting System offers a secure, web-based environment where examiners can access and work with data from any computer with an Internet connection.
WJ IV available reports include Roster Report, Score Report, Age/Grade Profiles, Standard Score/Percentile Rank Report, Parent Report, and Examinee Data Record Report.
After committing test data, examiners can generate and review reports for all derived scores and clusters or download PDFs for easy sharing and offline review.
Committed test records are editable for 90 days, and all records have the option for deletion and restoration.
Measure general intellectual ability, early academic skills, and expressive language skill in young children.
Available by subscription, WIIIP® augments the WJ IV Online Scoring and Reporting System.