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Disease: Traumatic Brain Injury
Subdomain Name: Neuropsychological Impairment
CRF: Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4)

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CDE ID CDE Name Variable Name Definition Short Description Question Text Permissible Values Description Data Type Disease Specific Instructions Disease Specific Reference Population Classification (e.g., Core) Version Number Version Date CRF Name (CRF Module / Guidance) Subdomain Name Domain Name Size Input Restrictions Min Value Max Value Measurement Type External Id Loinc External Id Snomed External Id caDSR External Id CDISC
C53878 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 50 score WRAT4WordRead50Score The score for Word Reading item 50, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 50, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53814 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 33 text WRAT4WordRead33Txt The word used for Word Reading item 33, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 33, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53857 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 Revision 4 (WRAT) - total raw score WRAT_TotalRawScore Word reading total raw score for the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 (WRAT) Word reading total raw score for the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 (WRAT Numeric Values

The total raw score is the sum of the letter reading raw score and word reading raw score on the Wide Range Achievement Test Revision 4 (WRAT).

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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53793 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 22 score WRAT4WordRead22Score The score for Word Reading item 22, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 22, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53825 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 38 score WRAT4WordRead38Score The score for Word Reading item 38, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 38, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53772 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 11 text WRAT4WordRead11Txt The word used for Word Reading item 11, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 11, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53868 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Letter 7 score WRAT4Letter7Score Score for Letter Recognition item 7, as a part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) Score for Letter Recognition item 7, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53804 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 28 text WRAT4WordRead28Txt The word used for Word Reading item 28, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 28, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53836 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 45 text WRAT4WordRead45Txt The word used for Word Reading item 45, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 45, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53847 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 51 score WRAT4WordRead51Score The score for Word Reading item 51, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 51, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53783 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 16 score WRAT4WordRead16Score The score for Word Reading item 16, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 16, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53879 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Normal curve equivalents score WRAT4NormCurvEqScore The subject's normal curve equivalents score, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The subject's normal curve equivalents score, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53815 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 33 score WRAT4WordRead33Score The score for Word Reading item 33, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 33, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53858 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Standard score WRAT4StdScore The subject's standardized score, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The subject's standardized score, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53794 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 23 text WRAT4WordRead23Txt The word used for Word Reading item 23, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 23, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53826 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 39 text WRAT4WordRead39Txt The word used for Word Reading item 39, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 39, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points 100

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C53773 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 11 score WRAT4WordRead11Score The score for Word Reading item 11, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 11, 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53869 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Letter 8 text WRAT4Letter8Txt The letter used for Letter Recognition item 8, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The letter used for Letter Recognition item 8, 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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C53805 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 28 score WRAT4WordRead28Score The score for Word Reading item 28, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 28, 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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C53837 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 45 score WRAT4WordRead45Score The score for Word Reading item 45, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 45, 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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C53848 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 52 text WRAT4WordRead52Txt The word used for Word Reading item 52, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 52, 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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C53784 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 17 text WRAT4WordRead17Txt The word used for Word Reading item 17, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 17, 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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C53880 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Stanine score WRAT4StanineScore The subject's scaled 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 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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C53816 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 34 text WRAT4WordRead34Txt The word used for Word Reading item 34, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 34, 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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C53859 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - 90 percent confidence interval score WRAT4CnfIntrvl90PtScore The subject's confidence interval is at 90 percent score, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The subject's confidence interval is at 90 percent score, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4 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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C53795 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 23 score WRAT4WordRead23Score The score for Word Reading item 23, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 23, 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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C53827 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 39 score WRAT4WordRead39Score The score for Word Reading item 39, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 39, 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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C53774 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 12 text WRAT4WordRead12Txt The word used for Word Reading item 12, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 12, 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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C53870 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Letter 8 score WRAT4Letter8Score Score for Letter Recognition item 8, as a part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) Score for Letter Recognition item 8, 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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C53806 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 29 text WRAT4WordRead29Txt The word used for Word Reading item 29, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 29, 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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C53838 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 46 text WRAT4WordRead46Txt The word used for Word Reading item 46, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 46, 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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C53849 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 52 score WRAT4WordRead52Score The score for Word Reading item 52, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 52, 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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C53785 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 17 score WRAT4WordRead17Score The score for Word Reading item 17, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 17, 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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C53881 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Performance level category WRAT4PerfLvlCat The category to describe the subject's performance, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The category to describe the subject's 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 1.00 2017-02-10 00:00:00.0 Word Reading Subtest of the Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) Neuropsychological Impairment Outcomes and End Points

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C53817 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 34 score WRAT4WordRead34Score The score for Word Reading item 34, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 34, 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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C53860 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading percentile rank number WRAT4WrdRdngPercentileRnkNum The subject's percentile rank of performance for word reading, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The subject's percentile rank of performance for word reading, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4 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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C53796 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 24 text WRAT4WordRead24Txt The word used for Word Reading item 24, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 24, 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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C53828 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 40 text WRAT4WordRead40Txt The word used for Word Reading item 40, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 40, 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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C53775 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 12 score WRAT4WordRead12Score The score for Word Reading item 12, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 12, 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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C53871 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 9 score WRAT4WordRead9Score The score for Word Reading item 9, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 9, 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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C53807 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 29 score WRAT4WordRead29Score The score for Word Reading item 29, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 29, 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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C53839 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 46 score WRAT4WordRead46Score The score for Word Reading item 46, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 46, 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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C53850 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 53 text WRAT4WordRead53Txt The word used for Word Reading item 53, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used 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. 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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C53786 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 19 text WRAT4WordRead19Txt The word used for Word Reading item 19, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used 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. 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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C53818 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 35 text WRAT4WordRead35Txt The word used for Word Reading item 35, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used 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. 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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C53861 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Reading grade equivalence score WRAT4WrdRdngGradeEquivScore The subject's grade equivalence score for reading, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The subject's grade equivalence score for reading, as part of the Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4 Numeric Values

A grade equivalent (GE) score is described as both a growth score and a status score both. As is common with scores that can be used in both major categories GE do not do a very good job in either category. However, what GE does is indicate where a studentÃâ?Ââ½s test score falls along a continuum. The GE is expressed as a decimal number (4.8). The digit(s) to the left of the decimal represent the grade. The digit(s) to the right of the decimal represent the month. We assume 10 months per school year. The GE of a given raw score on any test indicates the grade level at which the typical student earns this raw score. For example, if a seventh grade student earned a GE of 8.4 her raw score is like the raw score the typical student would likely earn on the same test at the end of the fourth month of the eighth grade.

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C53797 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 24 score WRAT4WordRead24Score The score for Word Reading item 24, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 24, 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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C53829 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 40 score WRAT4WordRead40Score The score for Word Reading item 40, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The score for Word Reading item 40, 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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C53776 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 13 text WRAT4WordRead13Txt The word used for Word Reading item 13, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used 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. 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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C53872 Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) - Word reading item 10 text WRAT4WordRead10Txt The word used for Word Reading item 10, as part of Wide Range Achievement Test 4 (WRAT-4) The word used for Word Reading item 10, 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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