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WISC-IV Interpretive Worksheet

 

This interpretive worksheet is created to aid in the step-by-step process of interpreting the WISC-IV.   The entire worksheet can be downloaded (see link at bottom of page).  The steps utilized by the worksheet include the following:

 

1. Enter Obtained Scaled Scores.

2. Enter Index and IQ Scores.

3. Evaluate differences between Indexes and Scatter within the Scales.

4. Are the VCI and PRI composites interpretable?

Note: See Table B.6 for standardization frequency

Compute (or lookup) and interpret DWI-1

DWI–1 =1.09*∑ (V+S+WR+BD+MR+PCn) + 34.47

5a. Determine if the Working Memory Index is interpretable.

            Note: See Table B.4 for standardization frequency

5b. Determine if the Processing Speed Index is interpretable.

            Note: See Table B.4 for standardization frequency

Compute (or lookup) and interpret DWI-2

DWI–1 =1.72*∑ (DS+LNS+Cd+SS) + 31.4

6. Interpret significant strengths and weaknesses.

7. Compare relevant subtest groupings.

8. Compare Process Score comparisons.

9. Examine Possible Ways of Sorting Out WISC-IV Scores.

10. Worksheet for Proposed Cultural Loadings and Linguistic Demands of the WISC-IV

11. Proposed WISC-IV Shared Abilities

To download template press here.

Some templates are saved as a "stuffed" file (to save space on the server and to save download time.  If you download a file and it ends with the extension:  .sit you will need to un stuff the file before you can use it. To "un stuff" the program you must have the free Aladdin Expander found at  http://www.stuffit.com/expander/