WECHSLER PRESCHOOL AND PRIMARY SCALE OF INTELLIGENCE (WPPSI)

an intelligence test for kids from 2 years 6 months old to 7 years 3 months which presently utilizes seven verbal subtests and seven performance subtests. These subtests produce Verbal, performance, and Full Scale IQs with a standard deviation of 15 and a mean of 100, in addition to General Language and Processing Speed index scores. The WPPSI was initially printed in; the newest rendition is the WPPSI- III, printed in 2002.

WECHSLER PRESCHOOL AND PRIMARY SCALE OF INTELLIGENCE (WPPSI): "The Wechsler Prescale and Primary Scale of Intelligence is typically used to assess children's intelligence before they begin preschool. "
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