Test AC-MT 6-11 – Calculation abilities and problem solving evaluation test


Product: Book

Trim size in cm: 17x24

Pages: 177 + DVD-ROM

ISBN: 978-88-590-0067-9

Publication date: 01/09/2012

Suitable for: Primary 1st level (ages 6-7), Primary 2nd level (ages 8-10)


The AC-MT calculation abilities and problem solving evaluation test is a quick and easy tool for measuring mathematical abilities in pupils aged 6 to 11, which has good psychometric properties.
Compared to before this edition is characterised by new norms and new tests for pupils in the last three years of primary school. The test includes: pen and paper tests divided into 6 age groups (I intermediate and final, II, III, IV and V); individual tests for the 6 age groups; pen and paper problem solving tests divided into III, IV and V; norm reference scores obtained from a sample of 5000 subjects for specific, essential indexes (written operations, numerical knowledge, accuracy, total time, arithmetic problem solving).  By allowing numerical abilities to be evaluated not only in reference to average, standard and percentage deviation, but also classifying them in 4 bands of performance (excellent, satisfactory, attention required, intervention required), the AC-MT test is the easiest and most effective tool on a national level for preventing and measuring learning difficulties in calculations at primary school.

The DVD-ROM which comes with the book contains: an example of test administration; Cesare Cornoldi’s comment on test evaluation and instructions for interpreting scores; printable test material in pdf format.


Institutional sponsors

University of Padua – Faculty of Psychology

Presentation of test
- Calculation abilities and difficulties
- Building the tests
- Psychometric validation of the test
- Norm data divided by class and test administration period
- Accuracy index - Frequency distributions
- Norm data for individual tests
- Example of analytical recording
- Frequency distribution of the following indexes: class operations, numerical knowledge and real time