The Naglieri General Ability Tests are three new ability tests explicitly designed to address underrepresentation in gifted identification. Studies have shown no meaningful difference in results between race, ethnicity, gender, and parental level of education.
Partner with MHS on this data collection opportunity and test your students at no cost!
Multi-Health Systems Inc. (MHS), in collaboration with Dr. Jack A. Naglieri, Dr. Dina M. Brulles, and Dr. Kimberly Lansdowne, have developed the Naglieri General Ability Tests. These new tests include three distinct measures (Naglieri–Verbal, Naglieri–Nonverbal, Naglieri–Quantitative), giving students multiple content areas to demonstrate their ability. We are seeking partnerships with school districts to administer these tests to students of select grades and regions of the US for the purpose of developing a National Norm.
Schools will receive Local Norms Reports for all students tested – including a Raw Score, Local Percentile Rank, Local Standard Score, Local Stanine, Local Total Score, and Response Style Indicators.
Students in grades K-9 from select regions of the US (*please inquire to receive specific participation availability in your region).
Students will be completing three tests: Naglieri–Verbal, Naglieri–Nonverbal, Naglieri–Quantitative. These tests are administered in-person and online using a computer or iPad. Teachers may administer all three tests in one session (with ample breaks given), or administer the three tests on different days, within a two-week period.
Depending on the grade-form, it takes approximately 35 to 40 minutes for the setup and administration of each of the three tests.
Students will be completing the three tests in a group, classroom setting.
Testing will be completed on dates of your choosing between February 1st – April 30th, 2022. You will select a two-week testing window within this timeframe.
Participation in this project is strictly voluntary and participants are not obligated to participate. Participants may withdraw from this project at any time. Any and all information obtained in connection with this study remains confidential.