The Token Test for Children is a rapid and effective measure of assessing subtle receptive language difficulties in children. The test is divided into five subtests, each presenting progressively longer and more complex commands. Responses generate standard scores based on chronological age as well as grade placement. Each subtest’s standard score has a mean of 500 and scores in the range of 495-505 are considered average performance. Overall, ’ standard score of for age and for grade is considered to be .