TOMA-2 - Test of Mathematical Abilities - Second Edition

by Virginia Brown, Mary Cronin, Elizabeth McEntire
 
Purpose: It measures maths performance on the two traditional major skill areas in maths (i.e., story problems and computation) as well as attitude, vocabulary, and general application of mathematics concepts in real life.
Age: 7 through to 8.11 yrs
Admin:
Time: 60-90 minutes
 
The TOMA-2 was developed for use for ages 7 through to 18 years. It measures maths performance on the two traditional major skill areas in maths (i.e., story problems and computation) as well as attitude, vocabulary, and general application of mathematics concepts in real life. This norm-referenced test can be used to monitor progress, evaluate programmes, and do research. The TOMA-2 has five subtests, four in the core battery (Vocabulary, Computation, General Information, and Story Problems) and one supplemental subtest (Attitude Toward Math). The standardisation sample comprises 2,147 students .
 
The results of the test, which takes approximately an hour to an hour and a half to administer, may be reported in standard scores, percentiles, and age equivalents. The standard scores of the core battery are combined to comprise a total score called the Math Quotient. Norma-tive information is given for students ages 7-0 through 18-11. Reliability coefficients for the subtests are above .80; those for the quotient mostly exceed .90. Ample evidence of content, criterion-related, and construct validity are provided in the manual.

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