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Slosson educational tests and assessments for teachers, educators and other professionals, in schools, hospitals, and corrections.  Used to test students in regular and special education, remedial reading and math, intelligence, visual motor, speech language for school screening and forms for teachers to evaluation students' mental abilities.


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Main Category : S / (S-FRIT) Slosson Full-Range Intelligence Test. Excellent. Brief, Reliable, Individual Screen of Verbal/Non-verbal Intelligence, 20 Construct Validity Information Supplement to Wisc-III, K-ABC, Stanford- Binet lV, Harting Cognitive Progress.
(S-FRIT-1) Slosson Full-Range Intelligence Test Kit

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Slosson Full-Range Intelligence Test (S-FRIT)
Bob Algozzine / Ronald C. Eaves / Lester Mann / H. Robert Vance / Edited By: Steven W. Slosson
▶ Ages: 5 years through Adult
▶ IQ Range: 35 – 164
▶ Individual Administration: 25 - 45 min

The Slosson Full-Range Intelligence Test is a reliable, individual screen that gives a balanced measure of Verbal/ Performance/Memory cognitive assessments. It differentially screens Nonverbal from Verbal abilities even when language skills are limited. The S-FRIT gives a quicker assessment and provides more information than any other brief intelligence test on the market.
All the S-FRIT items are arranged according to levels of difficulty. The examiner simply presents items at suggested starting points by chronological age. When the examinee fails 8 items in a row, testing is completed and the examiner very quickly gets a picture of the individual’s mental abilities in the following areas: Verbal Skills/ Quantitative/Recall Memory/Abstract Performance Reasoning.
The Brief Score Form has a unique color coding system, which tabulates Standard Scores in seconds. It also separates the index items and the Full-Range Intelligence Quotient. The examiner can also test for the Best Global Index using specific questions which correlate highest with the S-FRIT total score. The Rapid Cognitive Index may be given, using half the test items, to determine Verbal, Abstract, Quantitative, or Memory subdomains in approximately 15 minutes.
The S-FRIT is intended to supplement the use of more extensive cognitive assessment instruments, such as the WISC-III, K-ABC, and the Stanford-Binet IV, to facilitate screening in charting cognitive progress. The S-FRIT can be administered by regular or special education teachers, psychologists, counselors, or other personnel who have taken basic courses in statistics and/or tests and measurements.

Complete List of Construct Validity for the S-FRIT:
• Crystallized Intelligence • Quantitative • Recall Information • Fluid Intelligence
• Verbal Skills • Counting • Auditory Memory • Proverbs
• Vocabulary • Sets • Sentence Repetition • Geometric Patterns
• Similarities/Differences • Divisions • Digits Forwards • Figure Analogies
• Comprehension • Correlations • Digits Backwards • Figure Relationships
• Analogies • Equations • Visual Memory • Missing Elements
• General Information • Probability • Reverse Spelling • Abstract Elements
• Absurdities • Series • Shapes Backwards • Matrices and Mazes
• Nonverbal Performance • Multiplicity • Words Backwords • Visual Closure

Standardized on a representative sample of 1,500 individuals across 37 states, Internal Consistency Reliability for median values range from .96 to .98, mean=100, and a standard deviation=16. Standard error of measurement at age 10 is 2.77. The criterion validity studies indicate a correlation between the Full Scale WISC-R IQ and the Full Range S-FRIT IQ to be .89

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