Table 5

SCAT5 ImmediateMemory percentiles associated with age and English language preference

Raw
score
Age 18212427303336
EPNEPEPNEPEPNEPEPNEPEPNEPEPNEPEPNEP
8
91
10211
11322111
125322222
1317543333
14211*271615444
154163113827261616
16822615*512*410393829
1713*3011*21916714*612*512*412*
182140172915*2212*1910*17917718
193050263822301926172414*2412*26
204262374833402935253322331936
215572495945514046364432452948
226782627157625357495645574261
237889748170736669626959715674
248795848981837881758072827085
259398919489918789869084918392
269699959894969495939593969396
2798100989998999798979898989898
28991009910099100991009910099999999
2999100991009910099100991009910099100
3099100991009910099100991009910099100
  • Subtract one point from the obtained total raw score if using form 2 and add one point if using form 3.

  • Cells that contain an asterisk (*) represent the onset of the borderline low range (<16th percentile).

  • To use the table, select the raw score in the left-hand column and find the corresponding age and English language preference (EP, English preference; NEP, non-English language preference). For example, a 28-year-old with a raw score of 21 who prefers to speak English is scoring at the 40th percentile.

  • EP, English language preference; NEP, Non-English language preference; SCAT5, Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 5.