Gray Silent Reading Tests (GSRT)
The Gray Silent Reading Tests (GSRT) will help you quickly and efficiently measure an individual’s silent reading comprehension ability. The GSRT is a new, exciting addition to the Gray reading test battery. This test consists of two parallel forms each containing 13 developmentally sequenced reading passages with five multiple-choice questions. It can be given individually or to groups. Each form, of the test yields raw scores, grade equivalents, age equivalents, percentiles, and a Silent Reading Quotient. The GSRT was normed on 1,400 individuals in 31 states. Characteristics of the normative sample have been stratified and approximate those provided in the 1997 Statistical Abstract of the United States with regard to gender, geographic region, ethnicity, race, urban/rural residence, and disability.
||J. Lee Wiederholt and Ginger Blalock
||Manual, 25 Profile/Response Forms, and 10 each of Reading Book Forms A and B (2000)
||7 - 25 yrs