The UNIT-Group Abilities Test (UNIT-GAT) is a nonverbal screener of reasoning (i.e., general cognitive ability). Its theoretical assumptions and developmental aspects are the same as those embedded in the recently revised Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test - Second Edition (UNIT2). The UNIT-GAT measures two important interrelated aspects of reasoning—analogic (fluid) and quantitative (crystalized) reasoning.
The UNIT-GAT was designed to be used whenever a fast, reliable, research-based estimate of “general intelligence” is needed. Practitioners will likely use the UNIT-GAT to help identify children, adolescents, and young adults who have cognitive limitations or strengths and to document the degree of those problems or gifts. The language-free nature of the test makes it most appropriate for use with groups that may have difficulty processing the verbal aspects of most cognitive tests in use today.
UNIT-GAT Examinee Response Booklet Ages 5-21 sold in packs of 25.