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S-CAB Assessment

Schools Cognitive Assessment Battery

  • Cognitive test for schools

  • Explore each student's cognitive profile and see how it affects their academic performance

  • Identify each student's needs aged 7-18 years old


Schools Cognitive Assessment Battery (S-CAB) is a cognitive test that was created specifically for schools. It brings neuroscientific theory to the academic environment.

This test was created by a multi-disciplinary team of neuropsychologists, psychologists, doctors, engineers, designers, programmers, and scientists, and managed by the scientific team at CogniFit. Advancements in neuroimaging software and research into how cognitive skills relate to learning have are what made this tool possible.

The S-CAB looks at various cognitive abilities in relation to academic skills.

Scab Cognitive Assessment Schools - CogniFit

Assessment Goals

  • Find out your students' cognitive profile
  • See how their cognitive profile related to academic subjects
  • Discover your students' motivation for school and academics
  • Detect learning and neurodevelopmental disorders, like dyslexia, dyscalculia, and ADHD

Academic Competencies and the Brain

Neuroimaging techniques allow us to get a better understanding of the brain structures and neural circuits that are used in problem solving, mathematics, reading, writing, logic, and language comprehension.

Computerized Assessment Process

The S-CAB is designed to be used by individuals, but its easy-to-use online platform makes it available to groups as well.

Flowchart Scab Brain Assessment Schools CogniFit

1. Motivation and preferences questionnaire: The student will answer a number of questions about what they do and do not like. Motivation is the underlying factor that sets learning in motion, which is why it is an important to understand a student's motivation in relation to academics.

2. Cognitive Assessment: A total of 23 cognitive domains are measured through online games, grouped into the following areas: Reasoning, Attention, Memory, Coordination, and Perception.

3. Automated Reports: The information gathered from the questionnaire and cognitive evaluation will be presented in two separate reports that will be automatically sent to the professional in charge (teacher, tutor, or therapist), that will include recommendations for the classroom.

  • Professional Report
  • Reports for parents and students

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