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Element Type
Common Data Element
Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4) - Math computation item 29
WRAT4MathComputationItem29Num
Short Description
Number of the math computation item 29 subtest given, as a part of Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4)
Definition
Number of the math computation item 29 subtest given, as a part of Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT-4)
 

Biomedical Terminologies and Standards

Notes
Part 2 Math Computation Subtest Q. 29
Creation Date
2016-08-19
Historical Notes
References
Copyright 2006 by Wide Range, Inc. All rights reserved. No reproductlon Is allowed without the express written permission of NCS Pearson, Inc. Published and distributed exclusively under license from Wide Range, Inc. y NCS Pearson, Inc., 5601 Green Valley Drive, Bloomington, MN 55437 www.PearsonCIInlcal.com Wilkinson, G. S., & Robertson, G. J. (2006). Wide Range Achievement Test Fourth Edition. Lutz, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources.

Data Type
Numeric Values
Input Restrictions
Free-Form Entry
Minimum Value
0
Population
Adult and Pediatric
Guidelines/Instructions
Hand the Participant the Math Computation section of the Blue/Green Response Form and say, This is a math test. Look at the problems printed on these two pages. (Point to both pages) I want to see how many of these problems you can work. Look at each problem carefully to see what you are supposed to do add, subtract, multiply or divide and then put your answer either on or below the lines given. Start with the first problem in the top row (point) and do the problems in order across the page and then on to the next line. Move down the page row by row. When you finish this page, go on to the next page and work those problems. The problems are easier at the beginning and then get harder. I want to see how many problems you can finish in 15 minutes. That s a lot of time so work carefully, but do not spend too much time on any one problem. If you do not know how to do a problem, skip it and go on to the next one. Be sure to write your answers in the simplest form. Check your work if you have finished all of the problems you know how to do before the time is up. Raise your hand when you have finished. Begin timing. After exactly 15 minutes, say, Stop work. Time is up.
Preferred Question Text
Category Groups and Classifications
DiseaseDomainSub-Domain
Traumatic Brain Injury Outcomes and End Points Cognitive Activity Limitations
General (For all diseases) Assessments and Examinations Physical/Neurological Examination

Classification

Concussion/Mild TBI :
Supplemental
General (For all diseases) :
Supplemental
Epidemiology :
Supplemental
Acute Hospitalized :
Supplemental
Moderate/Severe TBI: Rehabilitation :
Supplemental
Keywords
WRAT4 , Math_Computation_Test
Labels
Effective Date
Until Date
Last Change Date
2018-04-16
See Also
Submitting Organization Name
NIH/CIT/BRICS
Submitting Contact Name
Smilee Samuel
Submitting Contact Information
smilee.samuel@nih.gov
Steward Organization Name
NIH/CIT/BRICS
Steward Contact Name
Olga Vovk
Steward Contact Information
olga.vovk@nih.gov
NINDS ID

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