The AAB family of products has expanded to fulfill all your academic testing needs! The AAB measures basic reading, maths, spelling, and reading comprehension quickly and thoroughly to get an accurate overview of an individual's academic skills. The AAB is ideal for evaluating fundamental academic skills during an initial evaluation, during reevaluation, or when working with those referred for learning, behavior, or vocational concerns.
Suitable for 4 years to 85 years.
Which version of AAB is right for me?
|AAB Standard Form||AAB Comprehensive Form||AAB Screening Form|
|What it does||Delivers a quick measure of basic academic skills, including a reading comprehension subtest||Provides a complete assessment of an individual's overall performance on seven disparate aspects of achievement||Offers a snapshot of an individual's performance in four areas of achievement, including a measure of writing|
|Administration and scoring time||15-30 minutes to administer; 5-10 minutes to score||90 minutes to administer; 15 minutes to score||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||To conduct an in-depth and complete assessment of academic achievement||To perform a fast and reliable screening of academic achievement that offers an optional writing subtest|
|How it helps clinicians||Offers a quick, efficient masure of academic achievement that includes a Reading Composite score, which provides more data to understand an individual's reading skills||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||Delivers a fundamental evaluation of academic skills for those referred for learning or vocational concerns|
Qualification level required:
Level 2. Please see our Test User Qualifications page for guidance
Reliability coefficients for the subtests range from .77 to .97 and from .88 to .98 for the composite scores across the age- and grade-based normative samples.
15-30 minutes to administer; 5-10 minutes to score.