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Maureen C. Kelley Psy.D.
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Intelligence (IQ)
Eduational: (Learning Disorders, Gifted Placement)
Personality Projective Measures: (Diagnostic, Treatment Planning)
Personality Objective Measures: (Diagnostic, Treatment Planning)
Eduational: (Learning Disorders, Gifted Placement)

Wechsler Individual Achievement Test, Second Edition (WIAT-II)

WIAT–II is the only achievement battery empirically linked with the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children®—Fourth Edition (WISC–IV®), the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence™— Third Edition (WPPSI–III®), and the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale®—Third Edition (WAIS®–III), the most widely used intellectual ability tests. These relationships provide valid discrepancy scores to help you make meaningful comparisons between achievement and ability and plan appropriately.


For students (PreK–12): WIAT–II provides guidance for intervention and IEP planning. Clinical interpretation allows for the identification of students who struggle with learning difficulties or who are at-risk for experiencing them.  The WIAT–II is also used in determining IDEA requirements.  By using the WIAT–II with the WISC®–IV, the discrepancy between a student’s potential and his/her performance can be discerned.

For college students/adults: To better understand the achievement levels of college students/adults, the WIAT–II is used to assess students with learning difficulties. The results allow for the implementation of appropriate, effective accommodations to improve the student’s academic performance.

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