The WRAT-4 is an invaluable educational planning tool for home-schooling
families who want to obtain accurate and impartial documentation of their student’s academic progress and grade
WRAT 4 reports are used for:
· Improving or validating the
efficacy of your home education program
· Building your student’s education portfolio
· Easing the mind of a "concerned"
· Academic Goal setting
your student about academic goals
· Admission process to Baywood Learning Center
· Advocating grade level advancement for a student
in regular school
Baywood Learning Center has
selected this test to assess gifted students because it is low stress, yet still fun for the students who like to take
tests. It's administered in a nonjudgmental, relaxed atmosphere and can be completed with accuracy in a short period of
time. The WRAT-4 is available to any family who would like to measure student academic proficiency or those who
plan to enroll their students at Baywood. Minimum age for this test is 5 years old.
is only $325.00. The fee includes test administration, data compilation and assessment, a detailed written report
and a follow up educational consultation of up to one hour.
If you are interested in having your child take this invaluable
test, please fill out the form on the right. While not everyone feels testing is necessary to validate learning
progress, many parents are interested in having an unbiased measurement of student progress in academic
||Only $325 provides for this important testing service. Includes a full written report.
JANUARY 19TH, Walnut Creek
23rd, San Leandro
May 17th, Peninsula
July 20th, Oakland
November 16th, San Leandro
SPACE IS LIMITED:
to three students per date!
Description of the WRAT4
The WRAT4 is a norm-referenced test that measures the basic academic
skills of word reading, sentence comprehension, spelling, and math computation. It was standardized on a representative
national sample of over 3,000 individuals ranging in age from 5-94 years. The normative sample was selected according
to a stratified national sampling procedure with proportionate allocation controlled for age, gender, ethnicity, geographic
region, and parental/obtained education as an index of socioeconomic status.
In addition to providing
derived scores and interpretive information for the subtests, the WRAT4 also yields a Reading Composite score, obtained by
combining the Word Reading and Sentence Comprehension standard scores.