As a result of ongoing security enhancements, we will stop supporting IE 10 on December 13, 2016. Please plan for this change by upgrading to a supported browser on your computer.
2.9 release of Q-interactive is now available, which includes a number of bug fixes and minor platform improvements. Do plan accordingly to update your Assess app to 2.9 so that you may download new content.
Q-interactive has won a 2016 Tech & Learning Award of Excellence in the category of Upgraded Products! This is the second award we have won from Tech & Learning, the first of which came in 2014.
By Dustin Wahlstrom, Ph.D.
Insights into the new WISC-V UK and Q-interactive. Events in Manchester, London and Belfast.
Guest Blog Post from Lola Oyelayo
Includes changes to the Battery tab
By Alison Winter
Watch presentations from Dr Sarah Kate Smith, Astrid Coxon. and more.
Answer to the most popular questions from Clinicians working in private practice
Answers to the most popular questions
Includes WMS-IV UK, GFTA-3 and KLPA-3
E-newsletter presenting a round up of the latest Q-interactive news
Talk to focus on innovation in digital healthcare - Q-interactive
Chris Sweeney, School Psychologist, reviews Q-interactive
Pearson Assessment is excited to announce that Q-interactive can now be used on the new Apple iPad Mini and iPad Air
Watch a range of overview videos, case studies, presentations and pre-recorded webinars.
We are pleased to announce that selected subtests from NEPSY-II and CMS are now available on Q-interactive
Sign-up now to experience Assessment, evolved
Blog post: Excited about being filmstars for the day, we set out to record a series of 10 new training videos for Q-interactive.
Delegates get the opportunity to see for themselves how Q-interactive can assist in assessment delivery and scoring
Infographic displaying some of the findings from a four month public review project throughout the United States
Customer Review Phase Highlights Significant Time and Cost Savings
Pearson Previews Q-interactive at BPS Division of Clinical Psychology Conference