Stanford Binet Intelligence Test



The Stanford Binet Intelligence Test is a standardized test that assesses IQ and cognitive abilities in children and adults aged two to 23. Moreover, the Stanford Binet IQ Test is designed to test intelligence in four areas including verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, abstract and visual reasoning, and short-term memory skills. The Stanford Binet also scores 15 sub tests including vocabulary, comprehension, verbal absurdities, pattern analysis, matrices, paper folding and cutting, copying, quantitative, number series, equation building, memory for sentences, memory for digits, memory for objects, and bead memory.

Taking The Standford Binet
Those planning on taking The Stanford Binet IQ Test will take an additional vocabulary test, which along with the subject's age, determines the number and level of sub tests to be administered. Total testing time is 45-90 minutes, depending on the subject's age and the number of sub tests given. Raw scores are based on the number of items answered, and are converted into a standard age score corresponding to age group, simi lar to an IQ Score.



The Stanford Binet IQ Test combines features of earlier editions of the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale with recent improvements in psychometric design. Point-scale format sub tests, designed to measure behavior at every age, and used in the 1986 edition are combined with the age-scale or functional-level design of the earlier editions. Two routing sub tests identify the developmental starting points of the examinee, and the items can be tailored to cognitive level, resulting in greater precision in measurement. The Stanford-Binet IQ Test now has five factors, (Fluid Reasoning, Knowledge, Quantitative Reasoning, Visual-Spatial Processing, and Working Memory) as opposed to the four of the previous edition of the 1st Stanford Binet IQ Test.

More information on the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales (SB5), Fifth Edition can be found at this Riverside Publising web site.



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