The Bracken Basic Concepts Scale-Revised (BBCS-R) is a developmentally sensitive measure of children’s basic concept acquisition and language skills. It assesses a child’s receptive knowledge of 308 basic concepts in 11 distinct conceptual categories: colors, letters, numbers/counting, sizes, comparisons, shapes, direction/position, self-/social awareness, texture/materials, quantity, and time/sequence. The first six subtests compose the School Readiness Composite (SRC). Standard scores are reported for the total test and SRC. Standard scores have a mean of 100 and 85-115 being the range of average when compared to others of the child’s chronological age. 's total test standard score of is considered . Analysis of responses indicated strengths/difficulty with .