The Test Tutor's Practice Test for the KBIT-2 is a 100-page workbook with true-to-test practice questions written by test experts. It contains 160 practice questions divided into three test areas, details about how the test is administered and scored, and content appropriate for children ages 4 to 12. The Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test/KBIT-2 measures verbal and non-verbal intelligence in individuals from ages 4 through 90 years. It is administered to individuals, not groups, by a counseling or psychological professional, and usually takes 15 to 30 minutes to complete. It is divided into three subtests: Subtest 1: Verbal Knowledge---measures word knowledge through the identification of pictures that illustrate a word or answer a question Subtest 2: Matrices---assesses a person's ability to make visual analogies and recognize spatial relationships through the completion of matrices that represent both real and abstract designs. Subtest 3: Riddles---measures the ability to form verbal concepts and reason through exercises that require pointing to a picture or saying a word that answers a riddle spoken by the examiner.