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Stanford Binet V. Appropriate for individuals from 2 to 85+ years. Full Scale IQ consists of 10 subtests (5 verbal and 5 nonverbal). Verbal and Nonverbal IQ Subtests. Knowledge Fluid Reasoning Visual-Spatial Processing Quantitative Reasoning Working Memory. Resulting Scores. FSIQ VIQ

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stanford binet v
Stanford Binet V
  • Appropriate for individuals from 2 to 85+ years.
  • Full Scale IQ consists of 10 subtests (5 verbal and 5 nonverbal).
verbal and nonverbal iq subtests
Verbal and Nonverbal IQ Subtests
  • Knowledge
  • Fluid Reasoning
  • Visual-Spatial Processing
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Working Memory
resulting scores
Resulting Scores
  • FSIQ
  • VIQ
  • NVIQ
  • Fluid Reasoning
  • Knowledge
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Visual-Spatial Reasoning
  • Working Memory
determining starting points administration order
Determining Starting Points & Administration Order
  • Nonverbal Routing
  • Verbal Routing
  • Routing tests determine starting points on subsequent tests.
  • Complete the portion of each subtest at each developmental level rather than completing all measures of a skill at one time.
  • Ceiling is defined as 2 or fewer points at a specific test level (i.e., within a testlet).
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