The Kaufman Adolescent and Adult Intelligence Test (KAIT) is an individually administered general intelligence test appropriate for adolescents and adults, aged 11 to over 85 years. Purpose The KAIT is intended to measure both fluid and crystallized intelligence.
The Kaufman Adolescent and Adult Intelligence Test (KAIT), the Kaufman Short Neuropsychological Assessment Procedure (K-SNAP), and the Kaufman Functional Academic Skills Test (K-FAST) extend through the adult life span. In 2004/2005, revised versions of the Kaufmans' tests were published, including the KABC-II, KTEA-II, and KBIT-2.Alma mater: University of Pennsylvania, Columbia .
The Kaufman Adult Intelligence Test (KAIT; Kaufman & Kaufman, 1993) is a theoretically driven intelligence test designed to measure both adolescent and adult intelligence and provide clinical and neuropsychological data for individuals 11–85 plus years of age.The KAIT consists of a Core Battery (60 min administration time) and an Expanded Battery (requiring an additional 26 min to complete.
The Kaufman brief intelligence test has two components; core and expanded batteries. The core battery is composed of a fluid and a crystallized scale, and six sub-tests and the extended battery consists of the core battery elements and four additional sub-tests.