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Intermediate Measures of Music Audiation (IMMA) is designed to diagnose and measure music potential of older children or younger students who find the PMMA too easy. It is the only brief, longitudinally valid music aptitude test for Grades 1 through 6.
IMMA is crucial in helping music teachers adapt instruction to the individual needs of their students. Students do not need to be able to read music or have prior music instruction to take IMMA. The test is divided into two equal parts, Tonal and Rhythm, and each part takes 20 to 25 minutes to administer. The IMMA CD-ROM is self-scoring and is intended for use on a single computer.
Edwin E. Gordonis Research Professor, University of South Carolina, and the world’s leading researcher in the music aptitude field.
System requirements: Microsoft Windows running Windows 98 with 64 MB of RAM; Windows 2000, XP or Vista with 128 MB of RAM; Mac OS X with 128 MB of RAM, using Mac OS X v.10.1.5 or higher (NOT compatible with Mac OS X Lion).