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What's Involved in Psychometric Testing?

The initial meeting will consist of a comprehensive interview during which the testing psychologist will obtain all relevant information on your concerns. Based on this information, one or a number of tests will be selected for you. You will then meet with your testing psychologist who will administer the assessment. Tests can be administered by pencil and paper or computer. Depending on the particular assessment used, you may be asked to complete written questions, answer questions verbally, remember and repeat information, or perform timed non-verbal tasks. Learn about the different types of testing at CPG.

The length of testing sessions varies; it may take anywhere from an hour to a day or more. The average testing session is approximately two hours. Longer assessments can be arranged around your schedule. CPG provides a comfortable and private testing environment and breaks are offered if needed.

A follow-up session will be scheduled at the end of the testing session(s). This is a debrief in which you will be provided with a comprehensive report on your test results, which will be explained to you in a clear, jargon-free way, and with treatment planning recommendations and/or referral information. If required, reports can be sent directly to your general practitioner, HR department, or other referrer.

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