I will not tutor a new pupil without assessing them first with the appropriate Lucid test. I cannot speak highly enough of their ease of use, speed, accuracy and fun content.
Maureen Huxtable (Private Tutor)

Lucid Recall Quick Reference Guide

  • Age range: 7-16 Years
  • Suitable for: Teachers, Assessment Co-ordinators and SENCOs
  • Test duration: 20-30 minutes
  • Test format: Digital

Lucid Recall

Swiftly identifies children who require classroom intervention strategies to help them to learn effectively.
Recall assesses the fundamental working memory functions identified by leading international researchers including Professor Alan Baddeley. It’s easy to use, fully automated, requires minimal supervision and needs no input from the teacher. Recall is made up of three subtests:

  • Phonological loop – assessed by a word recall test
  • Visuo-spatial sketchpad – assessed by a pattern recall test
  • Central executive function – assessed by a counting recall test

and also measures the speed and efficiency of working memory (processing speed).

The manual contains advice and case studies showing how to use the results to help them achieve their potential.

Results and reporting

Immediate results enable instant evaluation of how each student’s working memory compares with expected levels for their age, based on nationally standardised norms for ages 7:0 to 16:11. Reports cover:

  • Standard scores
  • Confidence intervals
  • Centile scores
  • Age equivalents (down to age 5:0)
  • Memory span
  • Average time

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