Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency | Third Edition Brief Form

BOT-3 Brief
The Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency™, Third Edition Brief Form (BOT™-3 Brief) provides a quick overview of gross and fine motor ability for children and young adults.

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    A103000393920 Qualification Level B

    Includes Manual/Administration Easel, 25 Brief Record Forms, 25 Brief Response Booklets, Brief Manipulative set and a carry bag.

    $300.00

    Estimated release:September 2024

Overview

Publication date:
Fall 2024
Age range:
4:0 – 25:11
Scores/interpretation:
Total Motor Standard Score and Percentile; Fine and Gross Motor Cut scores
Qualification level:
B
Completion time:
25-35 minutes
Administration:
Paper and pencil
Scoring options:
Manual scoring
Norms:
US

Product Details

BOT-3 Brief

With the BOT-3 Brief, you can:

  • Obtain a quick overview of motor performance, with minimal space and equipment
  • Screen motor development in individuals from school age to early adulthood, ranging from those who are typically developing to those with mild to moderate motor challenges
  • Identify individuals who require further evaluation or who may benefit from intervention
  • Build a wider picture of functional ability by supplementing with additional assessments

The BOT-3 Brief Form was developed to address the need for a brief version of the comprehensive BOT-3 assessment. It includes 20 items consisting of at least two items from each core BOT-3 subtest. When a screening or program evaluation tool is required, the BOT-3 Brief can be used to determine the need for further assessment. The quick administration time may also give examiners an opportunity to administer other tests within the same session, to gain a broader view of an individual’s skills.

Benefits

  • Quick and easy to administer
  • Yields a single overall Standard Score of gross and fine motor proficiency
  • Provides additional gross and fine motor cut scores help identify areas for further evaluation
  • Requires minimal space and equipment

Features of the BOT-3 Brief

Occupational therapists, physical therapists, developmental adaptive physical education teachers, diagnosticians, and special education professionals appreciate the BOT-3 Brief for its:

  • Lightweight, portable kit
  • Engaging, game-like tasks
  • Large, clear pictures in the administration easel and optional demonstration videos that help examinees better understand the activities they need to perform

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FAQs

BOT-3 Frequently Asked Questions

Click on a question to read the response.

How well does the BOT-3 Brief correlate with the BOT-3 Complete test?

The BOT-3 Brief has strong correlations with the BOT-3 Total Motor Composite, Gross Motor Composite and Fine Motor Composite, providing evidence that the Brief form aligns well with the Complete form and provides a good high level picture of an individual's motor proficiency. Examiners can use the BOT-3 Brief gross and fine motor cut scores to determine which parts of the Complete BOT-3 they want to administer for a more in-depth assessment.

 

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