## What is the T score on the BASC?

## What is the T score on the BASC?

T Scores are another method of describing a person’s performance, where a T Score of 50 is precisely average and standard deviations are 10 points. Average scores are in the range of 40 to 60. T-Scores are often used in behavior rating scales such as the BASC-2, the BRIEF, and the Brown ADD Scales.

### How is brief a scored?

It is composed of the Initiate, Working Memory, Plan/Organize, Task Monitor, and Organization of Materials scales. Examination of the indexes reveals that the Metacognition Index is elevated (T = 71, %ile = 97) and the Behavioral Regulation Index is within the average range (T = 56, %ile = 73).

#### What is the brief rating scale?

The Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF) (Gioia et al., 2000) is a parent-completed questionnaire that provides data on the extent to which executive dysfunction impairs a child in his or her natural settings.

**How do you read a brief 2 score?**

For all BRIEF2 clinical scales and indexes, T scores from 60 to 64 are considered mildly elevated, and T scores from 65 to 69 are considered potentially clinically elevated. T scores at or above 70 are considered clinically elevated.

**What are the T score ranges?**

A normal T-score falls between +1 and -1. Scores between -1 and -2.5 indicate low bone density, also called osteopenia. A T-score of -2.5 or lower indicates an established case of osteoporosis.

## What do T scores mean?

A t-score (a.k.a. a t-value) is equivalent to the number of standard deviations away from the mean of the t-distribution. The t-score is the test statistic used in t-tests and regression tests. It can also be used to describe how far from the mean an observation is when the data follow a t-distribution.

### What is the brief-a self report?

A-Z. The BRIEF-A is a standardized measure that captures views of an adult’s executive functions or self-regulation in his or her everyday environment. Both a self-report and an informant report are used.

#### How do you assess executive functioning?

Executive dysfunction in aging can be measured objectively with neuropsychological tests. There are several executive functions tests available, which vary according to the domains assessed. In general, a neuropsychological test predominantly assesses one of the EF domains.

**What does the brief measure?**

The BRIEF is an 86-item measure designed to assesses executive function skills in children 5-18 years completed by a parent.