WISC®-V Practice Test 2


WISC®-V Practice Test 2

The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children®/WISC® is used to assess intelligence in children aged 6 to 16. It consists of 16 primary and five complementary subtests. The WISC®-V assessment takes between 50 and 65 minutes to complete. The purpose of the test is to determine whether or not the child is gifted, as well as the student’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses. Visual puzzles and Figure Weights are two of the new primary sub-tests included in this practice book.

About this test
There are 130 exercises in this practice test. They will aid in the improvement of WISC®-V test problem-solving abilities. The exercises are nonverbal and appropriate for children of all linguistic backgrounds. Exercises from the following sub-tests are included in the test:

  • Visual Puzzles
  • Matrix Reasoning
  • Figure Weights
  • Coding
  • Symbol Search
  • Cancellation