BrainWare Cognitive Rating Scale (Ages 9-12)

This is the BrainWare Cognitive Rating Scale you should complete AFTER your child has played BrainWare SAFARI for about 4 months, according to the recommended protocol of 3 to 5 times per week, 30-60 minutes per session.  

The purpose of this rating scale is to enable a parent or teacher to evaluate a child on behaviors that typically relate to cognitive development in key areas. It is intended to be used after the child has been using BrainWare SAFARI so that the scores received on the BEFORE version of the Rating Scale can be compared to their current scores. Please read each of the statements and rate this child according to the following scale. After scoring all the statements, we will add up the total points and present the score

Please read each of the statements and rate this child according to the following scale. After scoring all the statements, we will add up the total points and present the scores.  You may then compare the current results to the evaluation you completed about 4 months ago.

  • Person Performing the Evaluation

  • Person Being Evaluated

  • Please enter a value between 9 and 12.
  • Significantly Below AverageBelow AverageAverageAbove AverageSignificantly Above Average
    1. Can sustain attention for approriate periods of time in routine home and school situations
    2. Can maintain proper attention even when distractions are present
    3. Pays attention to details
    4. Listens carefully and maintains eye contact when being spoken to
    5. Finishes tasks he or she starts
    6. Is organized (schoolwork, bedroom, etc.)
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    7. Can remember his or her address, his or her phone number, dates, names and other basic facts
    8. Can remember information learned for tests
    9. Remembers to do things he or she was asked to do
    10. Once he or she learns to do a task, remembers how to do it days or weeks later
    11. Can remember the details of a story that was just read to them
    12. Can remember the details of instructions given and caries out the instructions correctly
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    13. Copies things accurately
    14. Does not make a lot of careless errors
    15. Can work on school work independently without much help
    16. Understands and does not get confused when instuctions are given
    17. Can handle complex tasks requiring significant mental effort, without getting frustrated
    18. Completes homework or other tasks that require mental effort in the appropriate amount of time
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    19. Learns from mistakes
    20. Plans ahead and uses forethought
    21. Uses a good judgment
    22. Is good at finding solutions to problems
    23. Can predict the outcome of situations or stories
    24. Uses imagination and creativity
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    25. Manages time effectively
    26. Does not wait until the last minute to study for tests
    27. Completes and turns in assignments on time
    28. Establishes proper priorities
    29. Is organized
    30. Establishes short- and long-term goals
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    31. Has confidence in his or her learning ability
    32. Enjoys taking on challenging tasks
    33. He or she feels well-liked
    34. Bounces back from failures or set backs quickly
    35. Does not need a lot of reassurance in most areas of life
    36. Exhibits good motivation and effort towards learning and school