The Test of Nonverbal Intelligence - Fourth Edition (TONI-4) is a practical, norm-referenced instrument that measures an individual's intelligence. The administration and response format are pragmatic with simple oral instructions, requiring test takers to answer only with simple but meaningful gestures such as pointing, nodding, or blinking, making this test is ideal for those who have language, hearing, or motor impairments.
The TONI-4 has two equivalent forms: Form A and Form B. Each form consists of 60 items, all of which are abstract/figural (i.e., void of pictures or cultural symbols), thus educational, cultural, or experiential backgrounds will not adversely affect test results. All items are arranged in easy-to-difficult order.
The TONI-4 Form A Answer Booklet and Record Form consists of 60 items. It is used during administration to score responses. The examiner places an "X" over the number corresponding to the response provided. Scoring is completed in the Answer Booklet and Record Form.
During administration, the examiner uses the TONI-4 Picture Book items that correspond to From A.