The Woodcock Reading Mastery Tests – Third Edition (WRMT-III; Woodcock, 2011) is an individually administered assessment designed to measure reading readiness and achievement.
The WRMT-III identifies strengths and weaknesses in reading skills in order to determine areas for remediation and can help to develop targeted individualized instruction. Two parallel forms are available: A and B. The WRMT-III is appropriate for use in assessing individuals from 4 and a half through 80 years. The third edition of the WRMT includes new norms and four new tests: Listening Comprehension, Oral Reading Fluency, Phonological Awareness, and Rapid Automatic Naming.
|Author (yr)||Age Range (yrs)||Method of Administration/Format||Approx. Time to Administer||Subscales|
|Woodcock Reading Mastery Tests – Third Edition (WRMT-III) Woodcock, 2011||4.5-80|| |
Individually administered, norm-referenced comprehensive measure of reading ability.
Yields standard scores, percentile ranks, confidence intervals, age and grade equivalents, Relative Performance Index, instructional ranges, Growth Scale Values, descriptive categories, Aptitude-Achievement Discrepancy Analysis, cluster scores for Total Reading, Readiness, Basic Skills, Reading Comprehension.
Web-based scoring subscriptions available.
|15-45 min.|| |
Parallel Forms A and B.
Cluster scores: Total Reading, Readiness, Basic Skills, Reading Comprehension
Subscales: Letter Identification, Word Identification, Word Attack, Word Comprehension, Passage Comprehension, Listening Comprehension, Oral Reading Fluency, Phonological Awareness, Rapid Automatic Naming
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