Tests used to assess language, motor and processing skills include the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Drawing test, the Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals test, the Peabody Developmental Motor Scales test, the NEPSY Developmental Neuropsychological Assessment–II and the Children's Memory Scale test, explains Understood. Tests for reading, writing and math proficiency include the Scholastic Reading Inventory, the Test of Word Reading Efficiency and the Test of Mathematical Abilities. These target specific skills, such as reading comprehension, pronunciation, spelling ability and math concepts.
The Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Drawing test measures a child's perception of shapes and objects and their relationships to each other, according to Understood. Education professionals use this test to check memory, planning and attention skills. The Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals test reveals weaknesses in a student's ability to comprehend language and verbally express thoughts and feelings. The Peabody Developmental Motor Scales assessment measures motor skills, such as drawing, in children age 7 or younger.
The NEPSY Developmental Neuropsychological Assessment-II is a broad assessment that tests a student's skills in language, spatial relations, concentration, memory and perception, says Understood. This test also provides information about how kids view social interactions. The Children's Memory Scale measures memory and thinking aptitude, and low scores may indicate attention and learning issues that call for specific school interventions.