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Test of Mathemaical Abilities 3RD Editon Kit
(TOMA31) Test of Mathematical Abilities 3rd Ed Kit
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Ages: 80 to 1811 years
Testing Time: 60 to 90 minutes
Administration: Group or Individual
The Test of Mathematical Abilities–Third Edition (TOMA3) is an easily administered, normreferenced, assessment tool used to identify, describe, and quantify mathematical deficits in school age children. Specifically, it can be used to identify students who are significantly behind their peers in mathematical knowledge and to determine the magnitude (below average, poor, or very poor) of any mathematical problems.
New Features of the TOMA3
• All new normative data were collected from a demographically representative sample of the 2011 U.S. schoolage population.
• The composite score has neither floor nor ceiling effects.
• Studies showing the absence of gender and ethnic bias have been expanded.
• Reliability coefficients have been computed by age and by subgroup within the normative sample (i.e., male, female; White, Black/African American, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, American Indian, gifted and talented, Attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder and mathematical learning disability), as well as for the entire normative sample.
• Numerous validity studies, including sensitivity, specificity, and ROC/AUC, have been provided.
• The Mathematics in Everyday Life subtest replaces the General Information subtest, and Mathematical Symbols and Concepts subtest replaces the Vocabulary subtest.
• The updated manual contains extensive information concerning the content of the subtests and substantially more technical information than was provided in previous editions.
TOMA3 Subtests
The TOMA3 has one supplemental and four core subtests. The results of the core subtests can be combined to form an overall Mathematical Ability Index.
1.Mathematical Symbols and Concepts  Students answer a series of multiplechoice questions that relate to mathematical signs, symbols, words, or phrases.
2.Computation  Students solve a series of problems that increase in difficulty.
3.Mathematics in Everyday Life  Students answer a series of multiplechoice questions that relate to the use of mathematics in everyday life.
4.Word Problems  Students solve a series of increasingly difficult word problems.
5.Attitude Toward Math (Supplemental)  Students express their attitudes about mathematics instruction and their selfperceptions regarding their own abilities and achievement. For each statement the student marks one of four boxes (Yes, definitely!; Closer to Yes; Closer to No; No, definitely!).
TOMA3 Composite
Mathematical Ability Index  Represents a broad range of the features and systems associated with mathematical ability. It is highly reliable because it is composed of more than one subtest.
Statistical and Technical Characteristics of the TOMA3
Norms: The TOMA3 is normed on 1,456 students aged 80 through 1811 years living in 21 states.
Scores: Mathematical Ability Index, Age and Grade Equivalents, Subtest Scaled Scores, Percentile Ranks, and SEM’s.
Reliability: Content, time, and scorer coefficients are consistently high.
Validity: Contentdescription, criterionprediction, and constructidentification provide strong support that the TOMA3 is a valid measure.
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