WISC®-V Practice Test 3
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.
This practice test includes exercises for one of the new primary subtests, the Picture Span Subtest.
About this test
This preparation test consists 160 exercises (suitable for children aged 6 to 16), subtest instructions and answer key with detailed explanations. These exercises will help you improve your WISC®-V test-taking skills. The test contains exercises from the following Primary and Secondary subtests:
– Picture Concepts
– Pattern Matrix Reasoning
– Naming Speed Literacy & Naming Speed Quantity
– Symbol Translation
– Digit Span
– Picture Span