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suite of tests The suite of tests offered by AthleticAssessments.com is composed of the most complete and targeted assessments available world-wide. Based on years of research and interviews with subject matter experts, these tests assess the traits and attitudes that really matter in a particular sport, and they do so in a relevant context (college athlete vs. professional ball player). Narrative test reports are generated in real time and provide a graphical summary of results, detailed narrative analysis, list of strengths and challenges, and tips on how to use the mind to maximize performance. Armed with deep insight into athletesí strengths and development areas, everybody involved can focus on getting the best out of the positive aspects and compensating or overcoming their weaker points. The tests can be used by sports psychologists, coaches, universities, any sports organization as well as individual athletes (amateur or professional) to gain invaluable insight into the way they practice their sport and behave in competitions.

Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation (B.A.S.E. for adults)
Who: Baseball players
Why:To learn about the extent to which the athlete possesses the mental traits and characteristics found in elite baseball players.
How: 74 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 40 minutes to complete.

Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation (For 10-13 year olds)
Who: Aspiring young baseball players between the ages of 10-13
Why:To assess whether the players possess traits and skills that can help them adapt to the mental side of the game, including the ability to deal with peer pressure.
How: 113 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 60 minutes to complete.

Baseball Athlete Success Evaluation (For 14+ year olds)
Who: Aspiring young baseball players 14 and older
Why:To assess whether the players possess traits and skills that can help them adapt to the mental side of the game, including the ability to deal with competitive anxiety and parental pressure.
How: 130 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 60 minutes to complete.

Football Athlete Success Evaluation (F.A.S.E.)
Who: American Football players
Why: To learn about the athlete's mental characteristics that are crucial to succeed in the sport of football, including IQ and Mental Speed.
How: 118 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 60 minutes to complete.

Concentration Test - For Golfers
Who: Practicing and aspiring golfers
Why: To assess the extent to which an individual is mentally focused and able to deal with distraction, and whether he or she actively uses strategies to stay focused.
How: 21 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 10 minutes to complete.

Success Likelihood Test - For Golfers
Who: Practicing and aspiring golfers
Why: To determine a golfer's potential for success, and reveal any obstacles that could hold him or her back.
How: 44 questions; about 25 minutes to complete.

Hockey Athlete Success Evaluation
Who: Hockey players
Why: To assess whether a player can handle the mental side of the game, and possesses the traits and skills to do so, including perseverance, passion, and self-discipline.
How: 107 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 50 minutes to complete.

Soccer Athlete Success Evaluation
Who: Soccer players
Why: To assess whether a player possesses the traits and skills to be a mental competitor on the field.
How: 102 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 50 minutes to complete.

Athlete Success Evaluation (A.S.E. for adults) - Individual Sports
Who: Athletes who compete in individual sports
Why: To learn the extent to which the athlete possesses the mental traits and characteristics that are needed in order to succeed in individual sports.
How: 62 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 35 minutes to complete.

Athlete Success Evaluation (A.S.E. for adults) - Team Sports
Who: Aspiring young athletes between the ages of 10-13
Why: To assess whether there are traits and skills they can improve upon to help them develop their potential as an athlete.
How: 153 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 80 minutes to complete.

Athlete Success Evaluation - Team Sports (For 10-13 year olds)
Who: Aspiring young athletes 14 and older
Why: To learn whether a current or potential athlete has what it takes to succeed in competitive team sports.
How: 72 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 40 minutes to complete.

Athlete Success Evaluation - Team Sports (For 14+ year olds)
Who: Athletes who compete in team sports
Why: To assess whether there are traits and skills they can improve upon to help them develop their potential as an athlete.
How: 153 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 80 minutes to complete.

College Athlete Success Evaluation (C.A.S.E.) - Individual Sports
Who: Varsity athletes who compete in individual sports
Why: To learn whether a current or potential varsity athlete has what it takes to succeed in team sports and academia at the same time.
How: 101 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 50 minutes to complete.

College Athlete Success Evaluation (C.A.S.E.) - Team Sports
Who: Varsity athletes who compete in team sports
Why: To learn whether a current or potential varsity athlete has what it takes to succeed in team sports and academia at the same time.
How: 115 questions online or in pencil/paper format, about 60 minutes to complete.