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BOT-2 Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency, Second EditionComplete Form ReportRobert H. Bruininks, PhD, & Brett D. Bruininks, PhDName:Sample CaseTest Date:10/22/2013Examinee ID:123147Norms Used:Male NormsBirth Date:02/02/2001Push-up Type:FullAge:12:08Examiner Name:Sally ExaminerGender:MaleEthnicity:WhitePreferred Drawing Hand:RightCurrent Grade:7Preferred ThrowingHand/Arm:RightSchool/Clinic:Preferred Foot/Leg:RightTesting Site:Present Classification/Diagnosis:Reason for Assessment: Determine whether accomodations are neededOther Information:Copyright 2006, 2012, 2013 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved.Pearson, the PSI logo, PsychCorp, and BOT are trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries of Pearson Education, Inc., or its affiliate(s).TRADE SECRET INFORMATIONNot for release under HIPAA or other data disclosure laws that exempt trade secrets from disclosure.[ 1.0 / RE1 / QG1 ]

BOT-2 Complete Form Report10/22/2013, Page 2123147Sample CaseMOTOR SCORE SUMMARYMale NormsConfidenceInterval: 90%Subtest/CompositeTotalScale StandardPointScoreScoreScoreAgeDescriptiveBand Interval PercentileEquivalent CategoriesRankFine Motor Precision4017 314 - 2012:0-12:5AverageFine Motor Integration4022 319 - 2515:0-15:5AboveAverage 556 - 66Fine Manual ControlSum 39 **61AboveAverage86Manual Dexterity133 41-74:10-4:11Well-BelowAverageUpper-Limb Coordination175 32-85:10-5:11Well-BelowAverageManual CoordinationSum 8 **27 621 - 331Well-BelowAverageFine Motor CompositeSum 47 **39 534 - 4414BelowAverageBilateral Coordination187 25-97:3-7:5BelowAverageBalance3517 314 - 2016:6-16:11Average 436 - 44Body CoordinationSum 24 **40BelowAverage16Running Speed Agility154 31-74:6-4:7Well-BelowAverageStrength (Full Push-ups)136 42 - 106:0-6:2BelowAverageStrength and AgilitySum 10 **31 526 - 363BelowAverageGross Motor CompositeSum 34 **33 429 - 375BelowAverageTotal Motor CompositeSum 159 *36 432 - 408BelowAverage* Represents the sum of the composite standard scores for Fine Manual Control, Manual Coordination, Body Coordination,and Strength and Agility** Represents the sum of the subtest scale scores for the subtests that make up the composite*** Caution is required when interpreting this age equivalent.Copyright 2006, 2012, 2013 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved.

BOT-2 Complete Form Report10/22/2013, Page 3123147Sample CaseCOMPOSITE PAIRWISE ficanceLevelFrequency ofDifferenceFine Manual Control Manual Coordination34 .01 1%Fine Manual Control Body Coordination21 .01 5%Fine Manual Control Strength and Agility30 .01 1%Manual Coordination Body Coordination13 .01NIManual Coordination Strength and Agility4NSNIBody Coordination Strength and Agility9 .05NIComposite ComparisonsNS Not SignificantNI Not InfrequentCopyright 2006, 2012, 2013 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved.

BOT-2 Complete Form Report10/22/2013, Page 4123147Sample CaseSUBTEST PAIRWISE COMPARISONSScale cy ofDifferenceFine Motor Precision Fine Motor Integration5 .05NIFine Motor Precision Manual Dexterity14 .01 1%Fine Motor Precision Bilateral Coordination10 .01 5%Fine Motor Precision Balance0NSNIFine Motor Precision Running Speed and Agility13 .01 5%Fine Motor Precision Upper-Limb Coordination12 .01 5%Fine Motor Precision Strength (Full Push-ups)11 .01 5%Fine Motor Integration Manual Dexterity19 .01 1%Fine Motor Integration Bilateral Coordination15 .01 1%Fine Motor Integration Balance5 .05NIFine Motor Integration Running Speed and Agility18 .01 1%Fine Motor Integration Upper-Limb Coordination17 .01 1%Fine Motor Integration Strength (Full Push-ups)16 .01 1%Manual Dexterity Bilateral Coordination4NSNIManual Dexterity Balance14 .01 5%Manual Dexterity Running Speed and Agility1NSNIManual Dexterity Upper-Limb Coordination2NSNIManual Dexterity Strength (Full Push-ups)3NSNIBilateral Coordination Balance10 .01 10%Bilateral Coordination Running Speed and Agility3NSNIBilateral Coordination Upper-Limb Coordination2NSNIBilateral Coordination Strength (Full Push-ups)1NSNIBalance Running Speed and Agility13 .01 5%Balance Upper-Limb Coordination12 .01 1%Balance Strength (Full Push-ups)11 .01 5%Running Speed and Agility Upper-Limb Coordination1NSNIRunning Speed and Agility Strength (Full Push-ups)2NSNIUpper-Limb Coordination Strength (Full Push-ups)1NSNISubtest ComparisonsNS Not SignificantNI Not InfrequentCopyright 2006, 2012, 2013 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved.

BOT-2 Complete Form Report10/22/2013, Page 5123147Sample CaseSCORE PROFILE90% Confidence Level-3SDComposite Score ProfileTotal ore32 - 4036Fine ManualControl6156 - 66ManualCoordination2721 - 33BodyCoordination4036 - 44Strength andAgility3126 - 36Fine MotorComposite3934 - 44Gross MotorComposite3329 - 3720-1SDBelowAverage 1SD 2SDAboveAverageAverage 3SD test Score ProfileScaleScoreConf.Int.Fine MotorPrecision1714 - 20Fine MotorIntegration2219 - 25ManualDexterity31 - 7Upper-LimbCoordination52 - 8BilateralCoordination75 - 9Balance1714 - 20Running Speedand Agility41 - 7Strength(Full Push-ups)62 - 101Copyright 2006, 2012, 2013 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved.

BOT-2 Complete Form Report10/22/2013, Page 6123147Sample CaseNARRATIVE REPORTThe Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency, Second Edition (BOT-2) is an individuallyadministered test that uses engaging, goal-directed activities to measure a wide array of motor skills inindividuals ages 4 through 21. The BOT-2 uses a subtest and composite structure that highlights motorperformance in the broad functional areas of stability, mobility, strength, coordination, and objectmanipulation. This report will discuss four motor-area composites, each comprising two of the eightBOT-2 subtests, and a Total Motor Composite, which comprises the four composites and provides themost reliable measure of overall motor proficiency.The BOT-2 provides several types of derived scores that will assist you in interpreting performance andcommunicating results to parents and other practitioners. Scale scores (mean 15, standard deviation 5), confidence intervals, age equivalents, and descriptive categories are used to describe subtestperformance. Standard scores (mean 50, standard deviation 10), confidence intervals, percentileranks, and descriptive categories are used to describe composite and Short Form performance.Sample Case was administered the Complete Form of the BOT-2 by Sally Examiner. Sample's age was12 years 8 months on the assessment date of 10/22/2013. This report describes Sample's motorproficiency in relation to a representative national sample of males his age, as well as an analysis ofSample's personal strengths and weaknesses in the four motor-areas and a description of hisperformance level on each subtest.During the testing session, his attention was observed to be Good, his fluidity of movement was Good,his effort was Excellent, and his understanding of the activities was Excellent.Sample's scores on the Total Motor Composite, four motor-area composites, and eight subtests arepresented below. When a standard score or a scale score is reported, the corresponding 90% confidenceinterval is presented in parentheses.Total Motor CompositeSample's Total Motor Composite standard score of 36 (32-40) summarizes his overall motorproficiency. His standard score is considered Below Average and corresponds to a percentile rank of 8,which means that Sample's standard score is higher than 8% of the population of males his age in thenorm sample.The four motor-area composite standard scores, discussed below, range from 27 on ManualCoordination to 61 on Fine Manual Control. The wide range of scores indicates that importantdifferences in Sample's motor proficiency among the four motor-area composites are likely and shouldbe taken into consideration when diagnosing motor impairment and developing motor-trainingprograms.Copyright 2006, 2012, 2013 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved.

BOT-2 Complete Form Report10/22/2013, Page 7123147Sample CaseFine Manual ControlThis motor-area composite measures control and coordination of the distal musculature of the handsand fingers, especially for grasping, drawing, and cutting. Sample's Fine Manual Control standard scoreis 61 (56-66), which corresponds to a percentile rank of 86. His performance in this area is AboveAverage for males his age.Sample earned a scale score of 17 (14-20) on the Fine Motor Precision subtest and a scale score of 22(19-25) on the Fine Motor Integration subtest. His Fine Motor Precision scale score falls in the Averagerange and his Fine Motor Integration scale score falls in the Above Average range. Sample's Fine MotorIntegration scale score is significantly greater than his Fine Motor Precision scale score at the .05 level.However, a difference of this size can be considered common because it occurs in more than 10% of thenorm sample.His Fine Motor Precision age equivalent falls in the range of 12 years 0 month through 12 years 5month (12:0-12:5), which means that his total point score on this subtest is equal to the average pointscore earned by males in this age range. His Fine Motor Integration age equivalent falls in the range of15:0-15:5.The Fine Motor Precision subtest consists of activities that require precise control of finger and handmovement. The object is to draw, fold, or cut within a specified boundary. Sample's score is consistentwith individuals who generally make no errors when drawing a line through a crooked path (3 mm wide,20 cm long) and are able to remain within a boundary 1 cm wide when cutting out a circle.The Fine Motor Integration subtest requires the examinee to reproduce drawings of various geometricshapes that range in complexity from a circle to overlapping pencils. Sample's score is consistent withindividuals who, when copying from pictures, can accurately draw a variety of geometric shapes such asa triangle and a wavy line, as well as more complex designs such as a five-point star and overlappingpencils.Manual CoordinationThis motor-area composite measures control and coordination of the arms and hands, especially forobject manipulation. Sample's Manual Coordination standard score is 27 (21-33), which corresponds toa percentile rank of 1. His performance in this area is Well-Below Average for males his age.Sample earned a scale score of 3 (1-7) on the Manual Dexterity subtest and a scale score of 5 (2-8) onthe Upper-Limb Coordination subtest. Both scale scores fall in the Well-Below Average range. HisManual Dexterity age equivalent falls in the range of 4:10-4:11 and his Upper-Limb Coordination ageequivalent falls in the range of 5:10-5:11. The difference between Sample's scale scores on thesesubtests is not considered significant.The Manual Dexterity subtest uses goal-directed activities that involve reaching, grasping, andbimanual coordination with small objects. Emphasis is place on accuracy; however, the items are timedto more precisely differentiate levels of dexterity. Sample's score is consistent with individuals who needto be deliberate and focused when performing goal-directed activities that involve small objects.Copyright 2006, 2012, 2013 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved.

BOT-2 Complete Form Report10/22/2013, Page 8123147Sample CaseIndividuals performing at this level can pick up and transfer about 5 to 10 pennies in 15 seconds and canplace about 6 to 10 pegs into a pegboard in 15 seconds.The Upper-Limb Coordination subtest consists of activities designed to measure visual tracking withcoordinated arm and hand movement. Sample's score is consistent with individuals who generally cancatch a tennis ball that is tossed from 10 feet away about 50% of the time, dribble a tennis ball two tofive times, and hit a target with a tennis ball from 10 feet away about 25% of the time.Body CoordinationThis motor-area composite measures control and coordination of the large musculature that aids inposture and balance. Sample's Body Coordination standard score is 40 (36-44), which corresponds to apercentile rank of 16. His performance in this area is Below Average for males his age.Sample earned a scale score of 7 (5-9) on the Bilateral Coordination subtest and a scale score of 17(14-20) on the Balance subtest. His Bilateral Coordination scale score falls in the Below Average rangeand his Balance scale score falls in the Average range. His Bilateral Coordination age equivalent falls inthe range of 7:3-7:5 and his Balance age equivalent falls in the range of 16:6-16:11. Sample's Balancescale score is significantly greater than his Bilateral Coordination scale score at the .01 level. Adifference of this size can be considered uncommon because it occurs in 10% of the norm sample.The Bilateral Coordination subtest measures the motor skills involved in playing sports and manyrecreational games. The tasks require body control, and sequential and simultaneous coordination of theupper and lower limbs. Sample's score is consistent with individuals who can perform coordinatedarm/hand and leg/foot movements when the limbs on the same sides of the body are synchronized, buthave difficulty with coordinated arm/hand and leg/foot movements when the limbs on the opposite sidesof the body are synchronized.The Balance subtest evaluates motor-control skills that are integral for maintaining posture whenstanding, walking, or reaching. Sample's score is consistent with individuals who can maintain stabilityin a fixed position standing on one leg on a balance beam when the eyes are open for more than 10seconds and can likely do so when the eyes are closed for about 5 to 10 seconds.Strength and AgilityThis motor-area composite measures control and coordination of the large musculature involved inlocomotion, especially in recreational and competitive sports. Sample's Strength and Agility standardscore is 31 (26-36), which corresponds to a percentile rank of 3. His performance in this area is BelowAverage for males his age.Sample earned a scale score of 4 (1-7) on the Running Speed and Agility subtest and a scale score of 6(2-10) on the Strength subtest. His Running Speed and Agility scale score falls in the Well-BelowAverage range and his Strength scale score falls in the Below Average range. His Running Speed andAgility age equivalent falls in the range of 4:6-4:7 and his Strength age equivalent falls in the range of6:0-6:2. The difference between Sample's scale scores on these subtests is not considered significant.Copyright 2006, 2012, 2013 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved.

BOT-2 Complete Form Report10/22/2013, Page 9123147Sample CaseThe Running Speed and Agility subtest assesses running speed and agility. Sample's score is consistentwith individuals who can complete a 100-foot shuttle run course in under 13 seconds and can hop on oneleg about 5 to 20 times, but have difficulty hopping on one leg from side to side more than 5 times.The Strength subtest is designed to measure trunk and upper and lower body strength. Sample's score isconsistent with individuals who can complete about 5 to 15 knee push-ups or sit-ups in 30 seconds andcan jump forward about 30 to 54 inches from a stationary start.Motor-Area Composite ComparisonsComparison of BOT-2 motor-area composites can provide insight into an examinee's personal strengthsand weaknesses.Sample's performance across the motor-area composites reveals significant differences. The followingparagraphs describe the significant differences among Sample's motor-area composite standard scoresand the frequency with which the differences occur in the norm sample.Sample's Fine Manual Control standard score of 61 is significantly greater at the .01 level than hisManual Coordination standard score of 27. A difference of this size can be considered uncommonbecause it occurs in 1% of the norm sample.Sample's Fine Manual Control standard score of 61 is significantly greater at the .01 level than hisBody Coordination standard score of 40. A difference of this size can be considered uncommon becauseit occurs in 5% of the norm sample.Sample's Fine Manual Control standard score of 61 is significantly greater at the .01 level than hisStrength and Agility standard score of 31. A difference of this size can be considered uncommonbecause it occurs in 1% of the norm sample.Sample's Body Coordination standard score of 40 is significantly greater at the .01 level than hisManual Coordination standard score of 27. A difference of this size can be considered common becauseit occurs in more than 10% of the norm sample.Sample's Body Coordination standard score of 40 is significantly greater at the .05 level than hisStrength and Agility standard score of 31. A difference of this size can be considered common because itoccurs in more than 10% of the norm sample.Personal Strengths and WeaknessesA personal strength or weakness is indicated when an examinee's motor-area composite standard scoreis either substantially higher or substantially lower than his or her other motor-area composite standardscores. For Sample, Fine Manual Control represents a personal strength. Manual Coordinationrepresents a personal weakness.Copyright 2006, 2012, 2013 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved.

BOT-2 Complete Form Report10/22/2013, Page 10123147Sample CaseBACKGROUND AND BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATIONSExaminee's Performance RatingAttention:GoodFluidity of ntNotes & ObservationsEnd of ReportNOTE: This and previous pages of this report contain trade secrets and are not to be released inresponse to requests under HIPAA (or any other data disclosure law that exempts trade secretinformation from release). Further, release in response to litigation discovery demands should be madeonly in accordance with your profession's ethical guidelines and under an appropriate protective order.Copyright 2006, 2012, 2013 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved.

BOT-2 Complete Form Report10/22/2013, Page 11123147Sample CasePARENT/CAREGIVER LETTEROn 10/22/2013, Sample completed the Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency, Second Edition(BOT-2). The BOT-2 measures hand and arm coordination, balance, mobility, and strength using funactivities like drawing shapes, bouncing a ball, standing on a small balance beam, hopping on one foot,and performing sit-ups.The skills that the BOT-2 measures play an important role in everyday tasks, including drawing andwriting, using small objects, walking and running, and participating in recreational and competitivesports. Learning about how an individual performs these tasks helps to identify special needs so thatplans can be made to accommodate these needs and develop programs to improve performance.An individual's performance on the BOT-2 can be described by comparing his scores to the scoresobtained by the norm group, a representative sample of individuals from across the United States. Onetype of score, called the percentile rank, indicates the percentage of individuals from this group whoperformed at or below a specific score. For example, a percentile rank of 20 indicates that 20% of thegroup performed at or below that score.Sample's performance in the following motor skill areas is described below: Fine Manual Control,Manual Coordination, Body Coordination, and Strength and Agility. Because Sample completed all fourparts of the BOT-2, a comprehensive score from all four areas called the Total Motor Composite also isreported. Sample's scores were compared to a group of males his age.Sample's Total Motor Composite score corresponds to a percentile rank of 8, which is consideredBelow Average for males his age.Sample's performance on Fine Manual Control, which measures the motor skills i

Manual Dexterity age equivalent falls in the range of 4:10-4:11 and his Upper-Limb Coordination age equivalent falls in the range of 5:10-5:11. The difference between Sample's scale scores on these subtests is not considered significant. The Manual Dexterity subtest uses goal-directed activities that involve reaching, grasping, andFile Size: 278KB