Neale Analysis of Reading Ability

Neale Analysis of Reading Ability
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Measures the accuracy, comprehension and rate of reading in children from the age of six

Age Range
6 years and older

Approximately 20 minutes

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Neale Analysis of Reading Ability

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A test of oral reading, based on a series of short narratives, providing summative measures and detailed diagnostic information.

The Neale Analysis of Reading Ability (NARA) measures the accuracy, comprehension and rate of reading in pupils from the age of 6 to 12 years. It provides a comprehensive gauge of a pupil’s interest in reading.

The individually administered assessment consists of parallel forms for testing and extension passages for use with more able or older pupils. Two alternate standardised tests enable the monitoring of a pupil’s performance without them becoming too familiar with the passages, in addition to one diagnostic test.

Why use NARA?

  • Results obtained from using NARA will enable you to select reading materials suited to the ability of individual pupils
  • Along with important diagnostic information NARA provides Standard Age Scores and reading ages
  • It will enable you to monitor the adoption of specific reading skills and help with the planning of intervention strategies.


Complete set contains:
Manual, Reader, Record Forms Level 1 and 2 (10 copies of each), Diagnostic Tutor Forms (10 copies) and audio CD.


Product Items

NARA Complete Set
Item # MPS06-07739
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NARA Manual
Item # MPS06-07814
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NARA Reader
Item # MPS06-07753
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NARA Diagnostic Tutor Form
Item # MPS06-07784
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NARA Record From 2 (Pack of 10)
Item # MPS06-07777
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