Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning | Second Edition

  • David Sheslow, PhD
  • Wayne Adams, PhD, ABPP

Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning Second Edition (WRAML2) is a broad-based memory battery that provides a flexible measure of memory functioning and learning.

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  • WRAML2 Complete Kit (Print)
    31300 Qualification Level C

    Includes Manual (Print), Sound Symbol Booklet (Print), 25 Examiner Forms (Print), 25 Picture Memory Response Forms (Print), 25 Picture Memory Recognition Forms (Print), 25 Design Memory Response Forms (Print), 25 Design Memory Recognition Forms (Print), 4 Picture Memory Cards (Print), 5 Design Memory Cards (Print), Finger Window Card (Print), 2 Symbolic Working Memory Cards (Print), 2 Red Grease Pencils


  • WRAML2 Q-global Manual (Digital)
    A103000232651 Qualification Level C

    Once ordered, the digital asset is accessible by logging into Q-global and visiting the Q-global Resource Library. It is a view-only digital file.


  • WRAML2 Manual (Print)
    31301 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Examiner Forms Qty 25 (Print)
    31302 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Picture Memory Response Forms Qty 25 (Print)
    31303 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Picture Memory Recognition Forms Qty 25 (Print)
    31304 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Design Memory Response Forms Qty 25 (Print)
    31305 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Design Memory Recognition Forms Qty 25 (Print)
    31306 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Sound Symbol Booklet (Print)
    31310 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Picture Memory Cards Qty 4 (Print)
    31307 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Design Memory Cards Qty 5 (Print)
    31308 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Finger Windows Card (Print)
    31309 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Symbolic Working Memory Cards Qty 2 (Print)
    31311 Qualification Level C


  • WRAML2 Red Grease Pencils Qty 2
    31312 Qualification Level C



Age range:
Individuals 5 - 90
Qualification level:
Completion time:
Less than 1 hour for the Core Battery
Scoring options:
Hand scoring

Product Details

*Please note: There is a misprint on Table A.1. Scaled Scores Corresponding to Subtest Raw Scores, by Age of the WRAML2 manual corresponding to the 10:0-10:11 age band. The correction is as follows: For the Design Memory subtest, the raw score range for a scaled score of 19 should read 56-60.

WRAML-2 allows users to diagnose memory problems and facilitates the need for two memory tests for adults and children.

WRAML3 is coming summer 2021! Learn more.


  • Access standard scores, scaled scores, and percentiles, and age equivalents for the child and pre-adolescent age groups.
  • Provide an overview of memory functioning in four subtests from the Core Battery.
  • Choose from additional subtests and indexes to further enhance working memory assessment capabilities.


The WRAML2 Core Battery is composed of two verbal, two visual, and two attention/concentration subtests. 

  • Four subtests from the Core Battery provide an overview of memory functioning.
  • A General Memory Index comprises Verbal Memory Index, Visual Memory Index and Attention/Concentration Index (coefficient = .93)
  • A Working Memory Index comprises Symbolic Working Memory and Verbal Working Memory subtests, plus four recognition subtests: Design Recognition, Picture Recognition, Verbal Recognition and Story Memory Recognition.
  • New age norms from 5–90 years.


Select a question below to see the response.

How long does it take​?​

The WRAML2 can be tailored to meet the clinician’s needs. A screening version (4 subtests) yields Verbal and Visual Memory Indexes, along with an overall Screening Index. Administration time for an experienced clinician, depending on the client’s pacing, is around 20-30 minutes. The standard battery is 6 subtests and yields, in addition to the Verbal and Visual Memory Indexes, an Attention/Concentration Index and a General Memory Index. Total time is around 35-40 minutes. For those wanting more qualitative and comparison data (e.g., a comprehensive n-p battery), the standard battery and all optional subtests take about 60-70 minutes.

What is the best way to interpret the scores?

In addition to material in the accompanying manual there is an Essentials book (Wiley) on the WRAML2 (and TOMAL), co-authored by Wayne Adams and Cecil Reynolds.  The WRAML2 portion of that book provides a thorough overview, practical how-to’s, cautions, and interpretive paths to consider.

How does the WRAML2 differ from other Pearson products that assess memory?

The WRAML2 is a lifespan product (ages 5-90 years) that quickly and efficiently allows clinicians to assess memory function vs. WMS-IV (ages 16-90) and CMS (ages 5-16).