Academic or Achievement Assessment 

An Academic or Achievement Assessment is administered to identify the academic strengths and weaknesses of a student in areas such as literacy,
numeracy and written language. Results are interpreted diagnostically and will assist with determining eligibility for educational services, correct educational placement, or identification / confirmation of a specific learning disability. The test findings are used to formulate educational objectives and determine intervention plans.

The most commonly administered Achievement test is:

  • The Woodcock Johnson Forth Edition – Australasian  Adaptation Tests of  Achievement (WJ IV ACH)