Gray Oral Reading Test | Fifth Edition


Gray Oral Reading Test Fifth Edition (GORT-5) is one of the most widely used measures of oral reading fluency and comprehension in the United States.

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  • GORT-5 Complete Kit (Print)
    11465 Qualification Level B

    Includes Examiner's Manual (Print), Student Book (Print), 25 Form A Profile/Examiner Record Forms (Print), 25 Form B Profile/Examiner Record Forms (Print), Storage Box


  • GORT-5 Form A Profile/Examiner Record Forms Qty 25 (Print)
    11467 Qualification Level B


  • GORT-5 Form B Profile/Examiner Record Forms Qty 25 (Print)
    11468 Qualification Level B



Age range:
6:0 through 23:11
Qualification level:


Scoring options:
Manual scoring

Product Details

The GORT-5 has two equivalent forms: Form A and Form B. Each form contains 16 developmentally sequenced reading passages with five comprehension questions each.


  • Identify students who may need more intensive or explicit instruction in reading in order to make adequate progress in reading facility and/or comprehension.
  • Diagnose specific reading disabilities in children through young adults.
  • Compare intra-individual reading skills (e.g., reading rate vs. comprehension) and to help tailor interventions to the student’s specific needs.
  • Evaluate students’ progress in reading using pre-and post-intervention testing.
  • Conduct reading research.


The complete GORT-5 Kit Includes: Examiner’s Manual, Student Book, and 25 Examiner Record Booklets each for Forms A and B, all in a sturdy storage box.

  • Provides scores for Rate, Accuracy, Fluency (Rate and Accuracy combined), Comprehension, and an Oral Reading Index (a composite of Fluency and Comprehension). 
  • The Oral Reading Index is reported as a standard score based on a distribution having a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15. Percentile ranks are also provided.
  • Basal and ceiling rules were streamlined to make administration easier and more efficient.
  • Completely revised comprehension questions and new reliability/validity studies to show that the items are passage dependent.
  • An optional miscue analysis system allows reading specialists to analyze reading errors and tailor interventions to specific students’ needs.