## How do you interpret Conners T-scores?

When your T-score is less than 60, it usually means you don’t have ADHD. A score higher than 60 may indicate ADHD. And a T-score higher than 70 means your ADHD symptoms are more serious. The Conners scale is only one test to diagnose ADHD.

**Can you score the Conners 3 online?**

All forms can be administered online, by email, or on paper. Following administration, Conners 3 forms can be scored using the MHS QuikScoreTM Format, MHS Scoring Software, or the online portal. Three useful reports can then be generated from the online or software forms.

**What is the Conners teacher Rating Scale?**

The Conners’ Teacher Rating Scale (CTRS; Conners, 1969, 1997a, 1997b) is a commonly used measure of behavioral problems associated with ADHD, which originally was developed as a measure of behavioral change for pharmacological studies (Conners, 1969).

### What is the Conners Parent Rating Scale?

The Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scale is used to better understand certain behavioral, social, and academic issues in children between 6 and 18 years old. It is often used to help diagnose attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD.

**How do you read Conners forms?**

T-scores from 61 to 70 are usually a sign that your child’s emotional, behavioral, or academic problems are slightly atypical, or moderately severe. T-scores above 70 are usually a sign that the emotional, behavioral, or academic problems are very atypical, or more severe.

**Who can administer the Conners Rating Scale?**

The Conners 3 includes three rating scales, one completed by the teacher, one by the parent or caregiver, and one by the student.

#### What is the Conners 3 teacher assessment?

The Conners 3rd Edition-Teacher (Conners 3–T) is an assessment tool used to obtain the teacher’s observations about his/her student’s behavior in a school setting.

**What is the formula of T-score?**

The formula for the t score is the sample mean minus the population mean, all over the sample standard deviation divided by the square root of the number of observations.

**How do you calculate a score?**

To calculate a test grade, start by counting the number of questions that were answered correctly on the test. Then, divide that number by the total number of questions that were on the test. Finally, multiply the number you get by 100 to find out the test grade as a percentage.

## What is a T-score in Conners 3?

Conners 3rd Edition™ Supplement 2. T-Score Interpretation A T-score is a standardized score, which means that it can be compared across different raters or administration dates. T-scores for Conners 3 scales convert the raw scores to reflect what is typical or atypical for that age and gender. All T-scores have a mean of 50 and a standard deviation

**What scoring assistance is available with the Conners 3?**

The Conners 3 now provides a scoring option for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition™ (DSM-5™) Symptom Scales. What scoring assistance is available with the Conners 3? There are both full-length and short forms available for manual administration and scoring.

**Does the Conners 3 provide scoring for DSM-5 symptom scales?**

The Conners 3 now provides a scoring option for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition™ (DSM-5™) Symptom Scales. What scoring assistance is available with the Conners 3?

### What are the validity scales in the Conners 3?

The Conners 3 includes three Validity scales: the Positive Impression (PI), Negative Impression (NI), and Incon- sistency Index (IncX) scales. In the initial release of the Conners 3 documentation, the guidelines for interpreta- tion of these Validity scales used the following language: probably valid, possibly invalid, and probably invalid.