What is the Stanford-Binet Test?
The Stanford-Binet (SB5) is an IQ test. The IQ refers to the composite intelligence score that comes from combining all the subtest scores on the Stanford-Binet Test.
What material is on the Stanford-Binet?
The Stanford-Binet tests both verbal and non-verbal abilities. These include Fluid Reasoning, Knowledge, Quantitative Reasoning, Visual-Spatial Processing, and Working Memory.
How can I prepare my child for the Stanford-Binet?
Because an IQ test is so different from a skills or achievement test, it is harder to study for. However, you can develop your child’s test-taking skills. Ask your child questions that test their knowledge of the skills mentioned above. Get started with 100 practice questions today.
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