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Metropolitan readiness tests-sixth edition

Metropolitan readiness tests-sixth edition

Metropolitan readiness tests-sixth edition: The metropolitan readiness tests-sixth edition is a psychological test designed to identify a child's reading (including prereading) and mathematical skills; this test is given to ages 4 to 7 years. The five sub-areas tested are visual discrimination, beginning consonants, sound-letter correspondence, story comprehension, and quantitative concepts and reasoning.

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Diseases Associated with Metropolitan readiness tests-sixth edition

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Metropolitan readiness tests-sixth edition:

  • Grade placement
  • Advancement to 1st or 2nd grade

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