WISC Practice Questions
Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC®-IV Test and WISC®-V Test), is an IQ assessment that students as young as 6 years can take. The WISC test can be completed without any writing or reading ability. The WISC does not measure achievement or skills learned in school. The WISC assessment has subtests on perceptual reasoning, verbal skills, and working memory. These subtests have questions involving similarities, vocabulary, comprehension, information, arithmetic, word reasoning, coding, matrix reasoning, digit repetition, and letter-number sequencing. 100 Free WISC Practice Questions for the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children.