|Basic Test||$95||1.5 hour test & 15 min consultation||reading, writing and math; meets NCDNPE requirements||LEARN MORE|
ADD-ONS TO THE BASIC TEST ABOVE:
|Reading Screening- NEW!||$25||appx. 2.0 hour test & 20 min consultation||3 extra reading/spelling subtests||LEARN MORE|
|Reading Assessment||$105||appx. 2.5 hour test & 30 min consultation||8-10 extra reading/spelling subtests||LEARN MORE|
|Extended- NEW!||$25||appx. 2.0 hour test & 30 min consultation||3 higher-order reading, writing and math subtests||LEARN MORE||Choosing either of these 2 options is not recommended more often than every 2 or 3 years. Recommended for 6th-9th graders.|
|PLUS||$45||appx. 2.5 hour test & 30 min consultation||Science, Social Studies, Humanities and 4 higher-order reading, writing and math subtests||LEARN MORE|
This combination of subtests includes comprehension, fluency, and skills in Reading, Math, and Written Language. This meets the North Carolina DNPE requirements for yearly testing.
This is an affordable option, adding 3 subtests – Word Attack, Spelling of Sounds, and Oral Reading – which assess fluency and phonemic/phonetic weaknesses (the root skills needed for reading success).
We recommend this comprehensive evaluation for students who are struggling with reading. Your child will be assessed in the areas of reading outlined by the National Reading Panel: phonemic awareness, decoding/phonics, language/vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension, which includes 8-10 extra subtests.
This is an affordable option, adding 1 higher-order subtest in each subject area: Reading Recall, Number Matrices, and Editing.
We recommend this combination of subtests for students during their middle and early high school career. These subtests involve higher-order thinking skills. In addition to the Basic subtests, your child will be tested in Science, Social Studies, Humanities, Number Matrices, Reading Recall, Reading Vocabulary, and Editing.