Scoring





The exact method of scoring the individual tests is set forth

in the following chapters. Reference to the record booklet for use in

testing will show that the records are to be kept in detail. Each

subdivision of a test should be scored separately, in order that the

clinical picture may be as complete as possible. This helps in the final

evaluation of the results. It makes much difference, for example,

whether success in repeating six digits is earned by repeating all three

correctly or only one; or whether the child's lack of success with the

absurdities is due to failure on two, three, four, or all of them. Time

should be recorded whenever called for in the record blanks.





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