The TOMA-3 is an assessment designed to identify, describe, and quantify mathematical deficits in school-age children. In addition to the math assessment, there are also measures of attitudes toward math available.
Mathematical symbols and concepts; Computation; Mathematics in everyday life; Word problems; Attitudes toward math
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Brown, V., Cronin, M., & Bryant, D. (n.d.). Test of Mathematical Abilities – Third Edition (TOMA-3). PRO-ED. https://www.proedinc.com/Downloads/14210TOMA-3WhitePaper.pdf