Psychological Testing in Singapore

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**Our test reports are MOE recognised and administered by professional registered psychologist. Refer to MOE requirements here.

Our practice provides psychological testing services for both adult and children in Singapore. Testing are done confidentially. The psychological tests include a certified report that is endorsed by our credible and experienced professionals at Rogerian Psychology Singapore. Our centre provides psychological tests like iq test, personality test and more in Singapore.

Purpose of a psychological assessment

Psychological assessment can help diagnose conditions such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), among others. It can also be used to assess an individual’s cognitive abilities, such as memory, problem-solving skills, and intellectual functioning.

The goals of psychological assessment are to better understand a person’s strengths and weaknesses, identify potential problems with cognitions, emotional reactivity, and make recommendations for treatment/remediation.

IQ Test in Singapore (Adult/Child)

Psychological tests, like the IQ test, are available for both adults and children at Rogerian Psychology Singapore. The IQ test uses the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS-IV) for adults and Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-V) for children.

What Does The Weschler Scale In The IQ Test Measure?

In a standard Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children and Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, it measures intellectual functioning, incorporating verbal, analogical, sequential, and quantitative reasoning, as well as working memory and psychomotor processing speed. It is widely used in occupational and educational institutions to identify strengths and weaknesses in cognitive functioning, and to inform occupational and educational and intervention planning.

Benefits Of Taking An IQ Test

One of the benefits of an IQ test is that it can provide unique and important information about a young child’s intellectual development that family or professionals may not have picked up on or been able to explain.

Read more about the benefits of an IQ test here.

How much does an IQ Test cost in Singapore?

Make sure it is a registered clinical psychologist or educational psychologist that is administering the IQ evaluation. IQ tests together with their accompanying psychological reports are quite costly, around the range of $600 to $1,000 (Singapore dollars).

Our pricing

Estimated test duration: 1.5 to 3 hours.

Cost: $650 (Inclusive of certified report) – U.P. $900

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Test of Memory (Adult/Child)

Psychological tests such as memory Memory tests are available for both adults and children, using the repeatable test battery Test of Memory and Learning (TOMAL) or Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT-III).

What does Test of Memory and Learning measure?

  • Assess an individual’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as potentially pathologic indicators of memory disturbances.
  • Evaluate general specific memory functions using eight core subtests, six supplementary subtests, and two delayed recall tasks.
  • Evaluate children or adults referred for suspected learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury, neurological diseases, serious emotional disturbances, and ADHD.

Estimated test duration: 1.5 to 3 hours.

Cost: $650 (Inclusive of certified report) – U.P. $900

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Test of Aptitude and Achievement (Adult/Child)

Psychological tests such as aptitude tests are available for both adults and children, using the Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT-III) for adults and children.

What does the Wechsler Individual Achievement Test measure?

The Wechsler Individual Achievement Test (WIAT) is designed to assess student’s skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and mathematics. The WIAT is composed of 16 sub-tests allowing for the assessment of a broad range of academics skills, or a particular area of need.

The WIAT is suitable for use by professionals in a multitude of settings where there is concern over educational progress, including schools, clinics, private practices, and residential treatment facilities.

It can be used to identify the academic strengths and weaknesses of a student; to inform decisions regarding eligibility for educational services, educational placement, or diagnosis of a specific learning difficulty or to plan an intervention.

Estimated test duration: 1.5 to 2 hours.

Cost: $650 (Inclusive of certified report) – U.P. $900W

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Personality Test & Assessment in Singapore (Clinical)

Personality tests and assessment tools are available for adults, and the test is available for clinical applications. The personality test uses Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory 3 (MMPI-3) or the Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI) as test battery. Our practitioners are able to use this to shed critical insights to your personality and how to leverage on your strengths for success and improve your weakness for growth.

What Does The Clinical Personality Test such as the Minnestoa Multiphasic Personality Inventory Measure?

Clinical personality test such as the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) is a psychological test that assesses personality traits and psychopathology. It is primarily intended to test people who are suspected of having mental health or other clinical issues.

Although it was not originally designed to be administered to non-clinical populations, it can be used to assess psychological stability in workers in ‘high-risk’ professions such as airline pilots, police or workers in the nuclear power industry.

Primarily, the MMPI is used to help mental health professionals assess and diagnose mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, and other personality disorders.

Lawyers also use the MMPI as forensic evidence in criminal defense and custody disputes.

What does the Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory measure?

The MACI®-II  (Millon® Adolescent Clinical Inventory-II) was developed specifically for teens and adolescents to assess mental health and behavior concerns often unique to their age group, and assist in making reliable diagnostic and treatment decisions.

Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI) evaluates concerns, demands, and conditions that teens encounter. For example, the MACI measure emotional patterns, personality concerns, clinical symptoms, and apprehensions in teen life. 

What is the Process of the Personality Test and Assessment?

In Rogerian Psychology Centre, there will be a clinical interviewing component and subsequently the personality test’s objective measure will be sent you for completion. Subsequently the report will be prepared and analysed.

How Much Does A Personality Test Cost in Singapore?

Make sure it is a registered/licensed clinical psychologist that is administering the clinical personality. Clinical personality tests together with their accompanying psychological reports are quite costly, around the range of $600 to $1,000 (Singapore dollars).

Our Prices

Estimated test duration: 1.5 hours.

Cost: $450 (U.P. $500) (Inclusive of a certified report)

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Career Personality Test & Assessment in Singapore (Non-Clinical)

Psychological tests, such as career tests and profiler, are based off of personality tests and are not available for clinical applications. These personality tests are available for both adults and children at Rogerian Psychology Singapore. They are available using three different test batteries including RIASEC & Holland’s Code Profiler, Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), and Global Five Personality Inventory, our practitioners would be able to shed critical insights to your personality and how to leverage on your strengths for success and improve your weakness for growth.

Tests Offered:

  1. Ennegram Personality Test
  2. 16 Types Personality Test (MBTI variation)
  3. Big Five Personality Test
  4. DISC Personality Test
  5. Career Aptitude Test
  6. 7 Love Style Test
  7. Test for the Workplace (Work Strength and Weakness)
  8. Clifton Strengths: Strengths Finder
  9. Holland’s Code (Occupational Matching)

Estimated test duration: Varies.


– $120 each test (U.P. $200) (Inclusive of certified report)

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Dyslexia Testing and Diagnostics

Psychological tests such as Dyslexia diagnostic tests and assessments are available for children, using the three different repeatable test batteries of Wechesler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC), Wechsler Individual Aptitude Test (WIAT), Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing 2 (CTOPP-2), and Dyslexia Screening Test (Junior) (DST-J) or Dsylexia Screening Test (Secondary) (DST-S), our qualified practitioner will successfully assess if your child struggles with dyslexic like symptoms.

Estimated test duration: 8 hours.

Cost: $2000 (U.P. $2800) (Inclusive of certified report)

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Full Educational Psychological Assessment

Educational psychology assessment is a process of information gathering by an Professional Psychologist (Educational or Clinical), which may inform future intervention. It will consider environmental, contextual, cognitive, behavioural, emotional and social factors.

Full educational psychological assessment is available using our repeatable battery for assessing cognitive capability, academic achievements, academic giftedness, and other socio-emotional factors that have the potential to influence your child’s learning experience. our qualified practitioner will successfully and accurately evaluate your child’s learning potential to help best maximize their learning experience.

What is the purpose of an educational psychological assessment?

The psychologist will produce a report giving an overview of your child’s strengths and weaknesses. This can also give recommendations for teaching strategies or additional materials to be used with your child, or advice on suitable school types for your child.

The psychologist may also recommend a referral to other professionals such as a speech and language therapist, occupational therapist, optometrist or a paediatrician, as well as sources of help such as the child and family consultation services. Don’t be unduly alarmed if this happens – the more information available, the better the help that can be obtained.

Parents sometimes shy away from an assessment, fearing their child will be somehow branded by it. But your child will still be the same child, and identification of difficulties will just mean he/she will be better supported to reach his or her potential, and will probably have a happier experience at school as a result.

And you should always share the findings with a prospective school. Parents sometimes avoid this fearing it means their child will be refused a place. But schools have a legal duty to make reasonable adjustments for any additional needs a child has, and will only refuse the child if his or her needs go beyond their capability – and in that case, the school is not the right place for your child.

When do our child need an educational psychological assessment?

An Educational Psychological Assessment may be required if your child is struggling to keep up in school. An educational psychological assessment is required to determine a child’s needs for additional resources in school such as assistive technology, special needs assistants, resource hours, or for accommodations during exams in secondary school.

An educational psychologist assesses a child’s IQ and cognitive (intellectual) functioning. An educational psychological assessment is the assessment required to determine if your child has dyslexia. Educational Psychological Assessments are also required to assist occupational therapists to confirm a diagnosis of dyspraxia / DCD (developmental co-ordination disorder).

Is our educational psychology assessment recognised by MOE?

Yes, our reports are recognised by MOE as it is administered and prepared by registered psychology professional.

Please refer to MOE recognition requirements here.

Estimated test duration: 8 hours.

Cost: $2400 (U.P. $3000) (Inclusive of certified report)

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ADHD / ADD / Dyslexia / Spectrum Screener (Adult / Child)

Unsure if you or your child is struggling with ADHD/ADD/Dyslexia/Visuo-spatial/Other Spectrum concerns such as Asperger syndrome? Wishing to have such tests kept confidential? We provide an accurate and reliable screening that is useful for a preliminary assessment on your child before deciding if you wish to go for a more thorough assessment. We will also offer solution and recommendation at 100% confidentiality.

Our centre uses a selection from the following assessment tools (not limited to) for adult/child full 360 assessment:

Narrow band: focus on ADHD/ASD core symptoms

◦ ADHD Rating Scales (ADHD-RS-IV and 5) – Adult/Child

◦ Swanson, Nolan and Pelham (SNAP) scale – Child

◦ Adult ADHD Self Report Scale (ASRS) – Adult

◦ Vanderbilt scales – Child

◦ Conners’ scales – Adult/Child

◦ WEISS Functional Impairment Rating scales – Adult

◦ Barratt Impulsiveness Rating scales – Adult

◦ Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R) – Child

Broad band: assess multiple behavioral conditions

◦ Achenbach Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) – Child

◦ Behavior Assessment Scale for Children – 3 (BASC3) – Child

◦ Brown Attention Deficit Disorder Scales (BADDS) – Child

◦ Adaptive Behavior Assessment System – 3 (ABAS-3) – Child

Estimated test duration: Varies.

Cost: $550 (U.P. $600) (Inclusive of certified report)

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