Now, just one test covers all of the ages that were previously covered by the two forms of the earlier test (TVPS-R and TVPS-UL-R). The easy-to-use assessment determines the visual perceptual strengths and weaknesses of students aged 4-0 through 18-11. The test utilizes black and white line drawings as stimuli for all of the perceptual tasks; the stimulus plates are bound in a convenient easel-style booklet. The items are still presented in a multiple-choice format, and responses can be made vocally or by pointing to the answer choice. This format is ideal for use with students who may have impairments in motor, speech, hearing, neurological or cognitive functions. The length of the test remains the same as in previous editions. The TVPS-3 provides new, nationally stratified norms based on over 2,000 students. The TVPS-3 is individually administered, untimed, and takes about 25 minutes to complete. Scoring is quick and uncomplicated. Age-equivalents are provided for subtest and overall scores.