What is the WISC Test?
The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC®-IV Test and WISC®-V Test), is an IQ test that children as young as 6 years of age can take. The WISC test can be completed without any writing or reading needed by the child. The WISC does not test achievement or skills learned in school.
What material is on the WISC Test?
The WISC test has subtests on perceptual reasoning, working memory, and verbal skills. These subtests ask questions involving similarities, vocabulary, comprehension, information, arithmetic, word reasoning, coding, matrix reasoning, digit repetition, and letter-number sequencing.
How can I prepare my child for the WISC test?
Ask your child questions that test their knowledge of the skills mentioned above. Get started with 100 practice questions today!
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