The Test of Language Development-Intermediate: third edition (TOLD-I: 3) is designed to measure the various features and systems of language of children between the ages of 8-0 and 12-11. It is comprised of six subtests, each of which derives a standard score based on 10 being the mean and 7-13 the range of average. These subtests are then used to generate composite quotients where 100 is the mean and 85-115 being the range of average when compared to other children of the same chronological age.
Subtest Standard Score Interpretation
Composites Quotients Interpretation
obtained a Total Test Score of , which is at the percentile. This is in the range compared to age peers. Analysis of responses indicated strengths/difficulties with .