an evaluation, now in its third edition, which gauges mental capacity and educational achievement in kids, youths, or adults. The tests of mental capacity generate a full-scale intelligence score and ascertain strengths and weaknesses of data processing. The tests of educational achievement evaluate skills in reading, knowledge, math, and written language. They additionally evaluate fundamental abilities in each of these regions and the degree of employment of those abilities by the individual being evaluated.

WOODCOCK-JOHNSON PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL BATTERY: "The Woodcock-Johnson Psychoeducational Battery assesses mental capacity in children and young adults. "
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