are not comparable to the rest of the sample.
- Adult norms collected in 2005-2006
3. The child’s name, age, date of examination and name of examiner is needed on the record form
4. Examination date minus child’s birthdate – count more than 15 days as one month
5. There is no introduction to the test/subtest – it is not necessary to come up with one.
6. The manual is oddly organized. I found it was difficult to find essential material as it was spread all throughout the manual.
Section B: Specific (Subtest) Information
6. Starting point is age-dependent
13. Standard way of obtaining a raw score.
14. Standard scores, NCE’s, T-scores, scaled scores, percentiles, and age-equivalents are available
VMI (Green Form)
1. Essence of the test
- Tests both visual-motor integration. Individuals copy items from a stimulus item.
2. Any extra materials you need?
- The child will need a pencil without eraser, the test booklet, and a protractor is needed for scoring.
- The booklet needs to be placed straight in front of child and the examiner flips page when necessary.
3. Are there any initial instructions?
- Children over functional age 5 start at item 7 and are asked to copy a form.
4. Practice items and responses
- You do need to talk and point for the practice items – item 4-6 (however, it is not needed for children over 5).
- The examiner does not say anything if the child gets an item correct or incorrect.
5. How do you administer the items?
- Point to the item and tell them…
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