The Seguin Form Board Test is based on the single factor theory of intelligence, which measures speed and accuracy. It is useful in evaluating a child’s eye-hand coordination, shape-concept, visual perception and cognitive ability. The test is primarily used to assess visuo-motor skills. It includes Gesell figures wherein the child is asked to copy ten geometrical figures to evaluate visuo-motor ability. Test materials consist of ten differently shaped wooden blocks and a large form board with recessed corresponding shapes.