Diagnostic Learning Assessments
At EAS we understand that school can be very frustrating for kids with learning issues. Often they feel out of sync with their classmates and frustrated that the level of effort they put into their schoolwork is not matched by the feedback they receive. Our diagnostic learning assessments exist to give these students (and their parents) a road map to how they learn. Through the assessment process we identify students’ cognitive strengths and weaknesses and explain how these underlie academic struggles. Typically, students and their parents are relieved to find out that what seems difficult for them genuinely is more difficult for them than it is for others, and they are happy that we offer tangible techniques to overcome their individual obstacles.  
Our diagnostic learning assessments assess three broad areas of functioning: Cognitive Skills, Academic Skills, and Emotional Functioning.

  Cognitive Skills examine four domains:
  1. Learning and Memory
  2. Attention and Executive Functions
  3. Visual-Spatial Reasoning
  4. Language Functioning

EAS' Diagnostics Learning Assessment types


EAS assessments help identify students’ areas of difficulty and strength so that our tutors or test prep professionals can better assess students struggling with math and reading and help plan appropriate instruction and intervention.


EAS quality assessments, with reach-based validity, deliver reliable data to evaluate progress on national and state standards and assess abilities that directly relate to success in school.


EAS can predict a student's expected or potential acquisition of knowledge or skills for better instructional design or outcome.

Gifted AND Talented

EAS Assessments to evaluate and distinguish those students who excel at critical thinking and problem-solving for placement in gifted and talented programs including students from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Specialized Assessment

EAS specialized assessment can retrieve real time data analysis that helps you identify struggling students early, provide the support they need, and improve classroom and individual performance for all students.


(Discovering students learning styles to best meet each students unique need)

Students Learning Styles

Formative (Ongoing evaluation to best improve student’s performance)

Improve Students Performance

Summative (Review of student’s overall progress and advancing to next benchmarks)

Learning progress

Subject Areas and Grades
  1. Reading (Grades 5-12)
  2. Math (Grades 5-12)
  3. Language (Grades 5-12)
  4. Science (Grades 5-12)
  5. Social Studies (Grades 5-12)
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