This wording is required to interpret tests scores accurately. Please add to the bottom of each paragraph that describes the test:

GFTA

The Goldman Fristoe is normed on a 100 point scale with a 15 point standard deviation. Scores falling between 85-115 are considered within normal limits compared to same age peers.

PLS

The PLS-5 is normed on a 100 point scale with a 15 point standard deviation. Scores falling between 85-115 are considered within normal limits compared to same age peers.

CELF-P

Subtest Standard Scores are normed on a 10 point scale with +/- 3 point standard deviation. Scores falling between 7-13 are considered within normal limits compared to same age peers. Subtest scores are correlated to form overall language composites which are scored on a 100 point scale with a +/- 15 point standard deviation. Composite Standard Scores between 85-115 are considered within normal limits.

CELF-5

Subtest Standard Scores are normed on a 10 point scale with +/- 3 point standard deviation. Scores falling between 7-13 are considered within normal limits compared to same age peers. Subtest scores are correlated to form overall language composites which are scored on a 100 point scale with a +/- 15 point standard deviation. Composite Standard Scores between 85-115 are considered within normal limits.

CTOPP

Subtest scores standard are based on a 10 point scale with +/- 2 point standard deviation. Subtest Scores falling between 8-12 are considered within normal limits. Subtests correlate to formulate overall Composite scores which are normed on a 100 point scale with +/- 10 point standard deviation. Scores falling between 90-110 are considered within normal limits.

OWLS

Standard scores are based on a 100 point scale with +/- 15pt. standard deviation. Scores falling between 85-115 are considered within normal limits.

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The OWLS title/name should be updated to OWLS II and the GFTA should be GFTA-3 as well. If I could edit that I would but it is hard coded in.

New WebPT user here. This is very frustrating; I've been writing on all my evaluations that WebPT refuses to change the names of the outdated tests to advertise WebPT's lack of concern. This request is 2 YEARS OLD! - ridiculous

Hi Jennifer, thanks for taking the time to leave this detailed feedback. We will take a look at updating these descriptions.

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