CDE Detailed Report

Disease: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Sub-Domain: Academic Achievement
CRF: Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4)

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C53819 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 35 score WRAT4WordRead35Score The score for Word Reading item 35, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 35, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C53755 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 1score WRAT4WordRead1Score The score for Word Reading item 1, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 1, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C53851 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 53 score WRAT4WordRead53Score The score for Word Reading item 53, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 53, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C53787 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 19 score WRAT4WordRead19Score The score for Word Reading item 19, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 19, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C17409 Visit date VisitDate Date of interview or visit (actually the date when data in the form were captured) Date of interview or visit Visit Date Date or Date & Time Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult Supplemental-Highly Recommended 3.00 2013-06-21 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C53830 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 42 text WRAT4WordRead42Txt The word used for Word Reading item 42, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 42, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53766 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 7 text WRAT4WordRead7Txt The word used for Word Reading item 7, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 7, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53862 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading normal curve equivalents score WRAT4WrdRdngNormCurvEqScore The subject's normal curve equivalents score for word reading, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The subject's normal curve equivalents score for word reading, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). Numeric Values Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C53798 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 25 text WRAT4WordRead25Txt The word used for Word Reading item 25, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 25, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53734 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Letter 4 score WRAT4Letter4Score Score for Letter Recognition item 4, as a part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). Score for Letter Recognition item 4, as a part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, I want you to look at the letters on this line. (Point to the row of letters at the top of the card) Read to me the letters one-by-one across the line. After the Participant has finished, say That's all. Now let's do something different. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C53745 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Letter 12 text WRAT4Letter12Txt The letter used for Letter Recognition item 12, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The letter used for Letter Recognition item 12, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, I want you to look at the letters on this line. (Point to the row of letters at the top of the card) Read to me the letters one-by-one across the line. After the Participant has finished, say That's all. Now let's do something different. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points 1

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C53841 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 47 score WRAT4WordRead47Score The score for Word Reading item 47, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 47, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C53777 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 13 score WRAT4WordRead13Score The score for Word Reading item 13, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 13, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C53873 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 18 text WRAT4WordRead18Txt The word used for Word Reading item 18, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 18, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53809 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 30 score WRAT4WordRead30Score The score for Word Reading item 30, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 30, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C53820 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 36 text WRAT4WordRead36Txt The word used for Word Reading item 36, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 36, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53756 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 2 text WRAT4WordRead2Txt The word used for Word Reading item 2, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 2, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53852 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 54 text WRAT4WordRead54Txt The word used for Word Reading item 54, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 54, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53788 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 20 text WRAT4WordRead20Txt The word used for Word Reading item 20, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 20, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C19247 Subject ID SubIDNam Subject identification ID Subject identification ID Subject Identification number Alphanumeric Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2014-06-05 13:10:49.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points 255

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C53831 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 42 score WRAT4WordRead42Score The score for Word Reading item 42, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 42, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53767 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 7 score WRAT4WordRead7Score The score for Word Reading item 7, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 7, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53863 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading stanine score WRAT4WrdRdngStanineScore The subject's scaled word-reading score on a nine point standard scale (with a mean of five and a standard deviation of two), as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The subject's scaled word-reading score on a nine point standard scale (with a mean of five and a standard deviation of two), as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). Numeric Values

Stanine (Standard NINE) is a method of scaling test scores on a nine-point standard scale with a mean of five and a standard deviation of two.

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C53799 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 25 score WRAT4WordRead25Score The score for Word Reading item 25, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 25, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53735 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Letter 5 text WRAT4Letter5Txt The letter used for Letter Recognition item 5, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The letter used for Letter Recognition item 5, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, I want you to look at the letters on this line. (Point to the row of letters at the top of the card) Read to me the letters one-by-one across the line. After the Participant has finished, say That's all. Now let's do something different. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53746 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Letter 12 score WRAT4Letter12Score Score for Letter Recognition item 12, as a part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). Score for Letter Recognition item 12, as a part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, I want you to look at the letters on this line. (Point to the row of letters at the top of the card) Read to me the letters one-by-one across the line. After the Participant has finished, say That's all. Now let's do something different. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53842 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 48 text WRAT4WordRead48Txt The word used for Word Reading item 48, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 48, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53778 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 14 text WRAT4WordRead14Txt The word used for Word Reading item 14, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 14, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53874 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 18 score WRAT4WordRead18Score The score for Word Reading item 18, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 18, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53810 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 31 text WRAT4WordRead31Txt The word used for Word Reading item 31, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 31, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53821 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 36 score WRAT4WordRead36Score The score for Word Reading item 36, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 36, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53757 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 2 score WRAT4WordRead2Score The score for Word Reading item 2, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 2, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53853 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 54 score WRAT4WordRead54Score The score for Word Reading item 54, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 54, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53789 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 20 score WRAT4WordRead20Score The score for Word Reading item 20, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 20, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53725 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word region text WRAT4WrdRdngRegionTxt Text to describe the region where the subject took the test, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). Text to describe the region where the subject took the test, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). Alphanumeric Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53736 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Letter 5 score WRAT4Letter5Score Score for Letter Recognition item 5, as a part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). Score for Letter Recognition item 5, as a part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, I want you to look at the letters on this line. (Point to the row of letters at the top of the card) Read to me the letters one-by-one across the line. After the Participant has finished, say That's all. Now let's do something different. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53832 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 43 text WRAT4WordRead43Txt The word used for Word Reading item 43, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 43, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53768 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 8 text WRAT4WordRead8Txt The word used for Word Reading item 8, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 8, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53864 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading performance level category WRAT4WrdRdngPerfLvlCat The category to describe the subject's word-reading performance, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The category to describe the subject's word-reading performance, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). Above Average;Average;Below Average;Low;Lower Extreme;Superior;Upper Extreme Above Average;Average;Below Average;Low;Lower Extreme;Superior;Upper Extreme Alphanumeric Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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C53800 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 26 text WRAT4WordRead26Txt The word used for Word Reading item 26, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 26, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53747 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Letter 13 text WRAT4Letter13Txt The letter used for Letter Recognition item 13, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The letter used for Letter Recognition item 13, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, I want you to look at the letters on this line. (Point to the row of letters at the top of the card) Read to me the letters one-by-one across the line. After the Participant has finished, say That's all. Now let's do something different. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53843 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 48 score WRAT4WordRead48Score The score for Word Reading item 48, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 48, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53779 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 14 score WRAT4WordRead14Score The score for Word Reading item 14, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 14, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53875 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 41 text WRAT4WordRead41Txt The word used for Word Reading item 41, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 41, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53811 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 31 score WRAT4WordRead31Score The score for Word Reading item 31, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The score for Word Reading item 31, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. 0;1 Incorrect;Correct Numeric Values

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53822 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 37 text WRAT4WordRead37Txt The word used for Word Reading item 37, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 37, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53758 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 3 text WRAT4WordRead3Txt The word used for Word Reading item 3, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 3, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53854 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 55 text WRAT4WordRead55Txt The word used for Word Reading item 55, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 55, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53790 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 21 text WRAT4WordRead21Txt The word used for Word Reading item 21, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The word used for Word Reading item 21, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). After handing the Participant the Word Reading List, say, Look at each of these words carefully. (Point to the words) Read the words across the page so I can hear you. When you finish the first line, go right on to the second line, and so on down the page until you finish or I tell you to stop. Read slowly and say the words clearly. Allow 10 seconds for the Participant to respond to each word. If there is no response after 10 seconds, say, OK, try the next one. If you did not hear a word clearly, say, I could not hear you clearly. Please say the word again just as you did the first time. When the Participant has finished the Word Reading section, say, That's all. Thanks. Now we are going to do something else. Alphanumeric

Ages 7 or younger: Administer Part 1: Letter Reading first, followed by Part 2: Word Reading. Discontinue if a Participant has responded incorrectly to 10 consecutive items (10 RULE). Ages 8 or older: Administer Part 2: Word Reading first. Discontinue the Word Reading section if the Participant has answered 10 consecutive items incorrectly (10 RULE). If the Participant has correctly answered 5 or more items on the Word Reading section before meeting the discontinue criterion, do not administer the preliminary Letter Reading section. If the Participant did not answer at least 5 items correctly on the Word Reading section, then administer Part 1: Letter Reading (5 RULE).

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C53726 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading test type WRAT4WrdRdngTestTyp The type of sub-test performed, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). The type of sub-test performed, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4). Blue Test Form;Combined Test Form;Green Test Form Blue Test Form;Combined Test Form;Green Test Form Alphanumeric Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 16204 North Florida Avenue, Lutz, Florida 33549, from the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 by Gary S. Wilkinson, PhD and Gary J. Robertson, PhD, Copyright 1993, 2006 by PAR, Inc. Adult;Pediatric Supplemental-Highly Recommended 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Academic Achievement Outcomes and End Points

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