The California Critical Thinking Skills Tests (CCTST) is an objective measure of the core reasoning skills needed for reflective decision making concerning what to believe or what to do. The CCTST is designed to engage the test-taker's reasoning skills. The CCTST tests range in number of items, though all are presented in multiple choice format, and all use everyday scenarios appropriate to the intended test-taker group. Items range in difficulty and complexity.
The Piers-Harris 2 provides an overall view of an individual’s self-perception and helps identify children, adolescents, and teenagers who may require further testing and possibly treatment. It is used in both educational and clinical settings to identify specific problem areas, coping and defense mechanisms, and develop suitable intervention techniques. The Piers-Harris 2 is available as a handscored Autoscore™ Form.
The fourth edition of the Wide Range Achievement Test (the WRAT-4) is the latest offering in a test series first published in 1946. The WRAT-4 is a norm-referenced test that measures the basic academic skills of word reading, sentence comprehension, spelling, and math computation. It was standardized on a representative national sample of over 3,000 individuals ranging in age from 5 to 94 years.