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Academic Aptitude Test (AAT) (Grade 12) R. Minnie, J.S. Gericke, F.W. Gericke, J.C. Chamberlain, B.P.A. Strauss & V.H. Paul The aim of the AAT is to serve as an objective, reliable and valid aid in counselling learners with respect to choices of subject and/or occupation. The AAT is a group test and consists of a battery of nine tests. The.....read more

Academic Aptitude Test (AAT) (University) R. Minnie, J.S. Gericke, F.W. Gericke, J.C. Chamberlain & B.P.A. Strauss The AAT (a group test for first-year university students) consists of a battery of ten tests. The ten tests are Non-verbal Reasoning (consisting of two parts, namely Figure Series and Pattern Completion); Verbal Reasoning; English.....read more

Aptitude Tests for School Beginners (ASB) N.M. Olivier, D.J. Swart & T.M. Coetzee The Aptitude Tests for School Beginners can be applied either to a group of learners or to an individual. The aim of the tests is to obtain a differentiated image of certain of the aptitudes of the school beginner. The tests can also be administered to children.....read more

Differential Aptitude Tests Form K (DAT-K) – 2008 edition   Background The Differential Aptitude Tests Form K (DAT-K) was developed by the Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa and was first released in 2000. The DAT-K contained nine aptitude tests and can provide a profile of relative strengths and weaknesses. The reference group.....read more

Differential Aptitude Tests – Forms R, S, K and L (DAT) K. Owen & H.N. Vosloo The Differential Aptitude Tests are a series of differential aptitude tests constructed to assess some facets of intellectual functioning. Included among these are the following: abstract reasoning ability, language ability, processing speed, mechanical insight etc......read more

Differential Aptitude Tests Form L (DAT-L) – Norms for Namibia (2013)   The need for culture-specific psychometric tests led to the Namibian Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare’s decision in 2012 to standardise the DAT-L for the Namibian context. Mindmuzik Media was requested to assist in this process. The standardisation was also done in.....read more

General Scholastic Aptitude Test Junior, Intermediate & Senior (GSAT) N.C.W. Claassen, H.A. van Niekerk, M.M. Kotze, M. de Beer, U. Ferndale, H.N. Vosloo & M. Viljoen   The General Scholastic Aptitude Test (GSAT) is a complete revision of previous group intelligence tests. The GSAT is a group test measuring the developed general scholastic.....read more

Group Tests for 5/6 and 7/8 -year-olds   These tests measure the level of general intellectual ability of English and Afrikaans-speaking learners between the ages of 5 and 8 years. Although it is a group test, the test may also be applied individually. A preschool child, who can handle a pencil and follow instructions without difficulty and.....read more

High Level Figure Classification Test (HLFCT) M. Webeloff & T.R. Taylor This test is a non-verbal test of reasoning ability. Sets of figures are presented to the testee who is required to divide each set into two groups on the basis of similarity. A wide range of concepts is covered, including direction of rotation, intersection, analogies and.....read more

Junior Aptitude Test (JAT) F.A. Verwey & J.J. Wolmarans The aim of the JAT is to measure certain aptitudes with a view to using the results together with other results and data with respect to learners, as an aid in guidance in Grades 7, 8, 9 and 10. The JAT also provides the estimated IQ of a learner. The JAT consists of ten tests,.....read more

  Assess verbal and non-verbal reasoning ability in all 11 SA languages.This test measures figural, quantitative and verbal skills closely related to scholastic achievement.It provides a relatively objective measure of learner reasoning ability that could, along with other information, help educators plan appropriate instructional.....read more

Raven's - Educational J.C. Raven Raven’s Progressive Matrices and Vocabulary Scales enjoy a long and famous history in the assessment of general cognitive abilities in children. The Progressive Matrices usefully provide an assessment of non-verbal ability, an important feature for ethnically diverse populations, and the Vocabulary Scales.....read more

Raven’s Progressive Matrices Raven's Progressive Matrices enjoy a long and famous history in the assessment of general cognitive abilities in children. The Progressive Matrices usefully provide an assessment of non-verbal ability, an important feature for ethnically diverse populations. The Raven’s Progressive Matrices are in wide use.....read more

School-readiness Evaluation by Trained Testers (SETT) M. Joubert The SETT (School-readiness Evaluation by Trained Testers) is an individual test. Interesting test material is used and the test items are compiled in such a way that a learning situation similar to that in the classroom is created. During the SETT evaluation attention is paid.....read more

Trade Aptitude Test Battery (TRAT) J.W. von Mollendorf & J.J. Taljaard The TRAT was compiled with a view to the selection of prospective learners with a Grade 8 to 10 qualification, for admission to technical institutes and FET colleges as well as to provide an indication of the suitability of a candidate to successfully complete training in a.....read more


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Widely used to evaluate people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the ABAS-3 assesses adaptive behaviour in individuals from birth to 89 years of age. It is particularly useful in evaluating individuals with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, learning disabilities, neuropsychological disorders and sensory or physical impairments.

 

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