Uncovering the Problem

Did you know that struggles with thinking, learning, reading, memory and attention are often caused by weak cognitive skills? If you or someone you love is struggling in one or more of these areas, The Gibson Test of Cognitive Skills is the right place to start. The Gibson Test is one of the few tests that measure a wide range of cognitive skills — the skills we need to learn easier, think faster, and perform better at school, at work, and in life. The report you receive at the end of testing will provide a detailed look at individual cognitive strengths and weaknesses. Many families and individuals describe experiencing an “Aha!” moment when they discover the weak skills responsible for some of their most frustrating daily struggles.

By identifying weak skills, you’ll have the answers you need to make informed decisions regarding the best intervention for your child or yourself. Or, perhaps you want a baseline of your or your child’s current skill levels in the event of future injury. In either case, The Gibson Test will give you critical information about cognitive strengths and weaknesses.

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What the Test Measures

The test scientifically measures the performance of key cognitive skills: memory, processing speed, auditory processing, visual processing, logic & reasoning, and word attack skills. Once cognitive weaknesses are identified, they can be strengthened, which typically addresses the root cause of the problem and removes frustrating obstacles to learning. Weak skills can be strengthened through brain training.


What the Test Measures

Administered more than 92,000 times, the Gibson Test has been validated and normed twice by experts in the fields of learning and cognition, and has strong psychometric properties.