Passalong Test, a performance test of intelligence for persons 7 to 20 years old, invented by W.P. Alexander c. 1937 and published by University of London Press in 1937.
Intelligence was measured using the Passalong Test. It was a component of W. P. Alexander’s Performance scale. This allocated children aged 11 to different types of secondary school. The child moved the blocks around a tray to match a predetermined design. The test was devised in 1937. It was published by the University of London Press the same year.
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