WJ NU III
Authors: Richard W. Woodcock, Fredrick A. Schrank, Kevin S. McGrew, Nancy Mather, 2007
Purpose: Measures academic achievement
Ages: 2 to 90+ years
Grades: K to graduate school
Administration Times: 15-45 minutes
Scoring: PR, SS, AE, GE, NCE stanine, T score, z score, W score, RPI, CALP levels, and instructional zones
Restriction Level: Medium; Examiner Qualifications
The Woodcock-Johnson III NU Form C/Brief Battery provides reliable and valid tests of the nine key academic areas. It introduces a discrete set of items, clusters, test records, and interpretive procedures that provide solutions for brief and focused achievement assessment. The test-by-test observation checklist facilitates the documentation of qualitative test session observations important for interpreting testing performance and strategies.
The Brief Battery may be administered by a wide variety of personnel, which increases the practicality of implementing an individually administered and norm-referenced assessment system. The Brief Battery Test Book also contains step-by-step instructions for administering and scoring each test. The Examiner's Manual provides a sequence of steps for learning how to administer and score the tests.
- Efficient screener or re-evaluation tool
- Flexible, selected test administration
- Score comparison procedures
- Reports and summary options
- Task-by-task observation checklist
- Updated norms