subtest

subtest

(ˈsʌbˌtɛst)
n
a test that is part of a larger test
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Specifically, the Block Design subtest has a great influence on Processing Speed because it limits the time the subject has to perform the task.
The first subtest measures rhyming through the student's ability to produce a word that rhymes with a designated word that is orally presented by the examiner.
They clearly recognize that subtest scores will allow them to see what changes are needed to improve what is taught and how it is taught so as to improve their students' learning (Hattie & Timperley, 2007).
The analysis of Language Composite subtests of Bayley-III (see Table 1) indicates that the receptive-expressive language disorder group obtained the lowest scores on the Receptive Communication subtest (m = 7.
The Mazes subtest consists of mazes which increase with difficulty as the items progress.
Correlations of gains across subscales revealed that though classrooms that tended to make more relative gain on one subtest also tended to make relatively more gain on other subtests, the strength of the correlations did not suggest that classrooms making the most gains always made the most gains regardless of subject matter.
Most of the items in the spatial reasoning subtest included an illustration.
A correlation coefficient (Pearson's product-moment correlation coefficient) was calculated to see whether there were any correlations between the Z-scores and cognitive, language and motor subtest scores.
Once a state flips the switch for the 2014 GED exam, if a student has taken any GED subtest by paper and pencil but subsequently takes other subtests by computer, he or she will have to retake the entire GED text again.
On the other hand the Sound Blending subtest of the TAPS3 is normed to age 18, while the Sound Blending test included in the Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Cognitive Abilities Standard Battery yields standard scores through age 80 +
Group modification of each subtest consisted of paper/pencil administration and aural script of vocabulary words.