Malin's Intelligence Scale for Children (MISIC) is an Indian standardized scale of WISC, for measuring the overall IQ of Indian children, for educational and academic purposes. It measures the IQ in the Verbal and Performance domains.
Standard Progressive Matrices is a non-verbal test that is generally used in educational settings. It is a 60-item test used in measuring abstract reasoning and regarded as a non-verbal estimate of intelligence.
This test is wholly based on the single factor theory of intelligence and measures speed and accuracy of the taker. It analyses the child's eye-hand coordination, shape concept, visual perception and cognitive ability. The broad concept of Gesell figures is applied here using ten differently shaped wooden blocks and a large form board with recessed corresponding shapes.