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KBIT 2 Plays a Role in Medical Treatment for ADHD
posted by Karen Quinn, The Testing Mom - September 23rd, 2011
Recent studies conducted on students with ADHD, including drug studies to see how certain medications may improve a student’s ability to learn and progress in the academic setting of a public school system, have utilized the Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test as one of the assessment criteria both for gaining a place in the study and for measuring progress in individual study participants.
Students with ADHD tend to have to invest a lot more time in studying and have to put much more effort into learning and retaining information. The KBIT and similar tests help instructors, physicians and parents learn more about kids’ learning difficulties and to formulate appropriate methods for improving the learning activities for each child.