Theoretically sound and research-based, the PTONI assesses reasoning abilities in young children.
Ideal for diverse populations
- Featuring minimal oral directions and a pointing-response format, the PTONI is especially appropriate for testing children who have underdeveloped verbal and/or motor skills.
- PTONI directions are provided in eight alternative languages, making it an appropriate assessment of intelligence for children from diverse language backgrounds.
- Can be used to identify both severe intellectual deficits and superior cognitive intelligence; to help estimate future school success based on family history, educational background, and personality traits; and to study a wide range of researchable topics and issues.
- Test format requires a child to look at a series of pictures and to point to the one picture that does not belong with the others. Items are arranged in order of difficulty.
- Provides standard scores, percentile ranks, and age equivalents.
- Normed on a culturally and ethnically diverse demographic sample of 1,010 children from 38 states.