CTCS provides the information you need to plan an educational program best suited to the learning and developmental needs of your students. It measures selected abilities, such as understanding verbal and non-verbal concepts and comprehending relationships between ideas, so you can screen students for placement in special programs and identify students in need of further diagnosis of learning problems.
CTCS Student booklets contain the following 4 subtests:
- Test 1, Sequences: Measures a student’s ability to comprehend a rule or principle implicit in a pattern of figures, letters or numbers.
- Test 2, Analogies: Measures a student’s ability to discern various literal and symbolic relationships.
- Test 3, Memory: Measures the ability to recall paired pictures or nonsense words.
- Test 4, Verbal Reasoning: Measures the ability to reason deductively, analyze category attributes and discern verbal relationships and patterns.