The Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test™/KBIT™-2 measures verbal and non-verbal intelligence in individuals from ages 4 through 90 years. It is administered to individuals, not groups, by a counseling or psychological professional, and usually takes 15 to 30 minutes to complete. It is divided into three subtests:
Verbal Knowledge---measures word knowledge through the identification of pictures that illustrate a word or answer a question
Matrices---assesses a person's ability to make visual analogies and recognize spatial relationships through the completion of matrices that represent both real and abstract designs.
Riddles---measures the ability to form verbal concepts and reason through exercises that require pointing to a picture or saying a word that answers a riddle spoken by the examiner.
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