(UNIT™) Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test™

By Bruce A. Bracken and R. Steve McCallum

(UNIT™) Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test™

Benefits

Provides a multidimensional assessment of intelligence that's also unbiased and completely nonverbal

Ages

5-0 to 17-11 years

Admin Time

5-15 minutes for Abbreviated Battery; 30 minutes for Standard Battery; 45 minutes for Extended Battery

Format

Individually administered nonverbal tasks

Scores

5 Quotients–Full Scale Intelligence, Memory, Reasoning, Symbolic, and Nonsymbolic–expressed as standard scores and percentile ranks

Norms

Based on national sample of 2,100 children and teens from 38 states

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UNIT Record Form (Pack of 25)

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UNIT Abbreviated Record Form (Pack of 25)

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UNIT Mazes Response Booklet (Pack of 25)

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(UNIT™) Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test™

(UNIT™) Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test™

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BY BRUCE A. BRACKEN AND R. STEVE MCCALLUM

With an entirely nonverbal administration and response format, the UNIT offers a fair, unbiased assessment of intelligence, regardless of the student’s language skills, hearing, cultural background, or English proficiency. Its six subtests include Symbolic Memory, Object Memory, Analogic Reasoning, Spatial Memory, Cube Design, and Mazes.

The examiner employs eight relatively universal hand and body gestures to explain tasks to the examinee. The student responds by pointing, making pencil marks, or using manipulatives. The test offers three administration options—Abbreviated, Standard, and Extended Batteries—for screening, diagnostic, and eligibility decisions, respectively. All can be hand- or computer-scored.

UNIT scores predict academic achievement and differentiate among students with intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, speech/language impairments, or giftedness.

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