The Jordan Left-Right Reversal Test-3rd Edition (2011) helps clinicians identify students who have difficulty with reversals, and what types of reversals are problematic: objects, letters, numbers, words, or letter sequences. The JLRRT-3 now has two parts consisting of five subtests, in a developmental sequence. Although the test is for individuals 5 years to 19 years, children 5 years to 8 years take Part 1 only. The first and last subtests are new, line drawings and letter sequences, respectively. The remaining three subtests are letters and numbers. words, and words in sentences. A Remedial Checklist provides suggested remediation activities.
The JLRRT-3 can be administered to individuals or small groups. Norm-referenced, two scores are derived: Correct Responses (reversals correctly identified) and Errors (non-reversed items that were incorrectly identified as reversals, plus reversals that were not identified). Both scores are converted to percentile ranks and interpreted using cutoff scores based on score frequencies in the normative sample. Age equivalents are also provided.