Unfortunately, students don’t come with a handbook explaining where their academic strengths and weaknesses lie.
So you need a way to identify and monitor students’
progress in adult basic education programs.
We’ve got that way - the Wonderlic General
Assessment of Instructional Needs (GAIN).
Quick, yet comprehensive, GAIN measures basic English and math skills – from basic literacy and numeracy, to advanced skills taught in secondary schools as defined by the NRS’ Educational Functioning Levels. GAIN’s two forms can be used for pre-, progress-, or post-testing to show progress in skill development.
It is ideal for workforce development programs, literacy programs, youth programs, correctional facilities, and students entering adult education programs.
Are you ready to GAIN some perspective on your applicants?
Yeah, we went there.
How you GAIN
Item Response Theory scoring uses a holistic view of the student’s response pattern to improve accuracy of results.
Students and instructors can compare current skill levels with prior test results. Reports identify the instructional needs for development. Curriculum shortcut, you’re welcome.
On site, online or paper-and--pencil administration. 90-minute total administration time, no locator test required. We love making your life easier.
Testing, scoring, and reporting in one easy-to-use platform. Data exchange capabilities allow you to easily transfer information to your database. You won’t even need a T.A. to help.