These tests are often experienced by the examinee as short intellectual “puzzles.” Some cognitive subtests involve testing non-verbal skills like visuo-spatial reasoning, and some are meant to evaluate verbal reasoning (e.g., vocabulary and verbal abstraction abilities). These tools may also assess how ell an examinee can maintain attention and inhibit their impulses when told to do so. Further, different sensory modalities like auditory, visual, and motor skills are commonly tested. Ultimately, the cognitive testing process can help diagnose the presence of clinical conditions such as dyslexia and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
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