The Castles and Coltheart 2 (CC2) tests different processes in single-word reading.
The Test of Everyday Reading Comprehension tests how well a person understands everyday reading tasks.
The Diagnostic Spelling Test for Sounds (DiSTs) tests if a person can represent sounds in English with the correct letters.
The Diagnostic Spelling Test for Nonwords (DiSTn) tests how well a person knows the sound-letter rules in English.
The Diagnostic Spelling Test for Irregular Words (DiSTi) tests how well a person can spell irregular words.
The Letter Identification Test (LIDT) tests a person’s letter identification knowledge.
The Letter Sound Test (LeST) tests a person’s ability to sound out single letters and letter combinations.
The Diagnostic Reading Test for Nonwords (DiRT) tests a person’s knowledge of letter-sound correspondences at the word level.
The Test of Orthographic Choice (TOC) tests a person’s written word recognition.
The Letter Position Test assesses children’s ability to assign positions to letters.
Norms for Australian primary school children for the TOWRE
The Battery for Assessment of Plural Processing in Aphasia (Frequency) assesses the ability of people with aphasia to produce plurals
The Battery for Assessment of Plural Processing in Aphasia (Regularity) assesses the ability of people with aphasia to produce plurals, and the effects of regularity on this ability.
The Macquarie University (MQ) Advanced Adult Spelling Test (MAAST) tests how well adults can spell difficult words (items) that are commonly misspelled because they contain irregular sound-spelling rules.
The Reading Anxiety Tests (RATs) use questionnaires to assess levels of reading anxiety in children, adolescents, and adults.
This test was designed to help detect if a primary-school child feels has received negative evaluations from significant others (peers, teachers, parents) about their reading.