(KABC-II NU) Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, Second Edition Normative Update

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(KABC-II NU) Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children, Second Edition Normative Update

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Benefits Administrative flexibility lets you assess mental ability in ways best suited to the child’s linguistic and cultural backgrounds
Admin time 25 to 60 minutes (core battery, Luria model), 30 to 75 minutes (core battery, CHC model)
Scores Age-based standard and scaled scores, age equivalents, and percentile ranks
Norms Updated with normative sample of 700 children matching the stratification variables of gender, race/ethnicity, parent education level, and region, with each year of age between 3 and 18 represented by 50 children
Publish Date 2018
Qualifications Level C required.
About Qualification Levels
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The KABC-II NU maintains the strengths of the KABC-II while providing updated normative information that reflects the changing population of children in the United States.

The KABC-II NU offers a broad theoretical base, making it the instrument of choice for all cognitive assessment applications. This test provides detailed, accurate information and unprecedented flexibility.

Features and Benefits:

  • A dual theoretical foundation—using the Luria neuropsychological model or the Cattell/Horn/Carroll (CHC) approach—helps obtain data for each individual tested.
  • The test is fair for children of different cultural backgrounds, especially for bilingual/ESL students.
  • An age range of 3 to 18 allows you to use one test for preschool, elementary, and high school students.

Content and Administration

The KABC-II NU helps you collect the information needed to answer questions such as, “Why is this student not performing like other children?” and “What can we do to help?” The KABC-II NU approach provides insights into how a child receives and processes information, helping you pinpoint cognitive strengths and weaknesses.

Additionally, fully normed and validated supplemental subtests are offered to allow hypothesis testing. When an ability/achievement comparison is needed, the KABC-II NU is linked to the Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement, Third Edition (KTEA-3).

Best of all, children enjoy the tasks that make up the KABC-II NU! Because most of the subtests engage children by using novel and colorful stimuli or manipulatives, it’s easy to administer the test battery. Examinees focus easily on the activities, so you know results reflect their best efforts. And that means more efficient testing and more accurate, useful data.

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