The WRAT-Expanded is a brief achievement instrument that provides an overall assessment of the general skill level of classroom students.
- Provides individually and group-administered forms that were co-normed, enabling direct comparisons.
- Group (Form G) and Individual (Form I) forms may be given 3 months apart, allowing for short-term pretest and posttest assessment.
- Form G may be used to quickly evaluate small groups of referrals and provides a nonverbal reasoning component, which gives an assessment of reasoning ability, factoring out language handicaps that might be interfering with school achievement. Form G also provides content skill analysis for both the Reading and Mathematics tests.
- On Form I, recommended test levels and the level scoring rule allow for assessment using a minimal number of items, saving time for you and your clients.
- Tables provide age- and grade-based norms, as well as out-of-level norms for students who have been retained or classes being instructed below grade level.