Need help choosing the version of the Academic Achievement Battery (AAB) that best fits your needs? Here’s a little insight to help you choose which assessment product is right for you.
What it does: Delivers a quick measure of basic academic skills, including a reading comprehension subtest.
Administration and scoring time: 15-30 minutes to administer; 5-10 minutes to score.
When to use it: To obtain a quick and accurate measure of an individual’s performance that includes a reading comprehension subtest.
How it helps clinicians: Offers a quick, efficient measure of academic achievement that includes a Reading Composite score, which provides more data to understand an individual’s reading skills.
What it does: Provides a complete assessment of an individual’s overall performance on seven disparate aspects of achievement.
Administration and scoring time: 90 minutes to administer; 15 minutes to score.
When to use it: To conduct an in-depth and complete assessment of academic achievement.
How it helps clinicians: Provides a complete assessment of an individual’s academic skills that is suitable for use in eligibility decisions or intervention planning; IQ discrepancy data are available.
What it does: Offers a snapshot of performance in four areas of achievement, including a measure of writing.
When to use it: To perform a fast and reliable screening of academic achievement that offers an optional writing subtest.
How it helps clinicians: Delivers a fundamental evaluation of academic skills for those referred for learning or vocational concerns.