The CAS is an assessment battery designed to evaluate cognitive processing, specifically the cognitive processes of planning and attention and simultaneous and successive processing.
A useful tool in the identification of achievement issues
- Predicts achievement and evaluates ability-achievement discrepancy.
- Facilitates the identification of ADHD, traumatic brain injury, learning disabilities, mental retardation, and giftedness.
Flexible administration and quick scoring
- To meet examiner need for flexibility, the CAS has a Standard Battery and a Basic Battery. Each is composed of Planning, Attention, Simultaneous, and Successive (PASS) scales. The Standard Battery features 12 subtests and the Basic Battery features eight subtests.
- CAS Rapid Score is a scoring and reporting software program that provides scaled scores based on hand-entry of raw scores. The software generates a narrative summary report and provides comparisons of values obtained from the CAS and those obtained from a variety of other achievement tests.