Comprehensive Academic Assessment

Includes: Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Academic Achievement IV, curriculum-based testing, school data review, parent interview, and complete report of results

Single-Subject Standardized Testing

Includes: WJ-IV testing in one or more of these areas:

  • Reading: Word Identification, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary, and Comprehension
  • Writing: Mechanics, Sentence Writing, Fluency, and Writing Samples
  • Math: Fact Fluency, Computations, Concepts, and Problem Solving
  • General information: Science, Social Studies, Humanities

Interest Inventories

Includes: Strengths, Preferences, and Learning Styles


Includes: Test administration, and diagnosis of underlying strengths and weaknesses

Graduate School Entrance Test Preparation (GRE, Miller’s Analogies, GMAT)

Includes: Testing and assessment of underlying strengths and challenges

Community College, Vocational School, and Military Entrance-Test Preparation

Includes: Testing and discussion of fundamental strengths and needs

* Off-Site Data Gathering

Includes: Meetings, observations, transportation, and instruction

Testing Length and Follow-Ups

Comprehensive testing requires about three-to-four hours. (Two consecutive meetings are recommended.) Further, we suggest an uncharged 30-minute parent conference, after all information is gathered, to take place following the testing sessions. Single-subject, interest, and PSAT/ACT/SAT/GRE/GMAT/Miller’s/ASVAB testing sessions, usually conducted in one-and-a-half-hour segments, are generally followed by 15-minute conferences.

† Often, these important assessments are not even offered by other learning centers!