Primary Test of Cognitive Skills - PTCS®
PTCS test prep resources including PTCS practice tests, PTCS Testing Guide and more. The Primary Test of Cognitive Skills is used with ages 5-7 to evaluate the student's cognitive ability skills.
The Primary Test of Cognitive Skills, or PTCS, is a series of four tests that are used to evaluate the cognitive skills of children in kindergarten, first and second grades (or ages five to seven and a half). The PTCS is a cognitive abilities test that helps teachers to define their students’ needs and determine the special needs of individual students. To learn more about the PTCS, see our Primary Test of Cognitive Skills Guide.