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Best Method for Woodcock-Johnson Test Prep

There are three separate tests that fall under the Woodcock-Johnson testing umbrella. These consist of the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement, the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities, and the Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Oral Language.

  • Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Achievement – tests used to determine how well a student is retaining and understanding the material in certain subjects.
  • Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities – tests that assess cognitive function and indicate a person’s ability to learn and reason outside of the classroom and what has been learned in school.
  • Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Oral Language – tests that are dedicated to oral language assessment, language proficiency, and for comparison of strengths and weaknesses among oral langue and language related to reading and writing. has over 3,000 sample practice questions similar to the Woodcock-Johnson to help build your child’s confidence, including questions covering math fluency, letter-word identification, reading fluency, passage comprehension, reading vocabulary, spelling, writing, story recall, understanding, and more.

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The test is based partly on knowledge that the child has absorbed during their time in school. For a quick study session, you can use textbooks and other materials used for homework to help get your child ready for the test.

Of course, it’s also a good idea to use more formal practice materials for the Woodcock-Johnson IV test, keeping in mind that you don’t want to “drill” your child with an overload of questions from workbooks or other traditional practice materials. If your child is just starting to study for the test, ease them into the process and get them familiar with what it’s like to prepare for the test before having them complete any long study sessions.

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It was used in one or two of the school districts where I served as a teacher. But it was a long time ago, and I am not so familiar with it anymore.

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