SOI: the Structure of the Intellect is an assessment that identifies a student's cognitive strengths and weaknesses as well as learning style. It is based on a theory of intelligence by Dr. Guilford, developer of the IQ test, and adapted to the world of education by Dr. Meeker. The SOI is applicable to diverse educational situations because it identifies how human intelligence and its development (or lack of development) is related to demands of learning.

TOVA: the Test Of Variables of Attention is a continuous performance exam that helps in identifying attention deficits, both auditory and visual. It is an objective, neuropsychological test that measures a person's sustained and selective attention. It is a well researched and a respected computerized assessment. This test is a tool that is used along with history, interviews, behavior ratings and symptom checklists to accurately diagnose and treat attention disorders.