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Stanford-Binet test

Syllabification: Stan·ford-Bi·net test
Pronunciation: /ˌstanfərdbəˈnā ˌtest
 
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Definition of Stanford-Binet test in English:

noun

An intelligence test based on the Binet-Simon scale, commonly administered to children.
Example sentences
  • In 1932, they had been administered the Moray House Test - an intelligence measure that correlates closely with the Stanford-Binet test.
  • The newer Stanford-Binet tests are still said to be stronger for verbal kids than non-verbally talented kids.
  • The Stanford-Binet test was standardized on a national representative sample of 5,000 subjects.

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