The Test of Language Development-Primary: third edition (TOLD-P: 3) is designed to measure the various features and systems of language of children between the ages of 4-0 and 8-11. 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. Additional supplemental subtests, which assess word discrimination, phonemic analysis and word articulation are added to the test battery but are not a component of the core composite scores.
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 .