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Slosson Intelligence Test 4th Edition (SIT-4)

Author(s): Richard L. Slosson
Publisher: Slosson, 2017
SKU code: PG_SIT4


Purpose: Profile an individual's mental ability

Age: 4-65 years

Time: 10-20 minutes

The Slosson Intelligence Test 4th Edition (SIT-4) is a quick and reliable screening measure that allows professionals to profile an individual’s mental ability.

The SIT-4 can be used with children and adults, including those who are visually impaired or blind. The SIT-4 is verbally administered so it does not penalise individuals who are methodical, fearful or have reading handicaps.

New Features

  • Newly calibrated norms allow the Total Standard Score, TSS Range, and percentile rank and range to all be tabulated within one table
  • New Colour coded score sheet - easier to profile your student's strengths and weaknesses
  • Large colour stimulus items for the visually impaired
  • Administration and scoring are measured simultaneously - test can be given in a brief period of time
  • Standard Deviation SD=15

Six verbal Cognitive Domains Tested

  1. General Information (GI): The learning of cultural knowledge, much of which is not explicitly taught.
  2. Comprehension (CO): The knowledge of social behaviour, "common sense" and the ability to interpret sayings and proverbs.
  3. Quantitative (QN): The ability to do mental calculations, remember essential numbers and determine the arithmetic process required to calculate correct answers.
  4. Similarities and Differences (SD): The skill in determining common attributes of two dissimilar thinks of concepts.
  5. Vocabulary (VO): The ability to use, understand and define words orally.
  6. Auditory Memory (AM): The capability to remember and repeat correctly a random series of digits, both forward and backward, as well as several sentences. 

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Author(s): Richard L. Slosson