1. When you see a problem on the screen, you have to give an answer. This means pressing number 1 if you think the solution to the problem is correct. Press number 2 when you think that the solution to the problem is incorrect. Please, use the numeric key pad, on the right side of the keyboard, to give your answer.
2. Answer as quickly as you can by pressing the appropriate key. The computer measures your response in thousands of a second. A "guessing" response is inappropriate. Try to avoid guessing.
Press 1 or 2 to start the exam

The Mathematics Continuous Performance Test (MATH-CPT)

  • The MATH-CPT is a computerized CPT-type test (Continuous Performance Test)
    designed to assess attention for clinical and research purposes.
  • It aimed to assess the attention level and the possible existence of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
  • The MATH-CPT uses a sequence of simple arithmetic questions.
  • No answer is greater than nine, projected onto a computer screen.
  • During the test, one problem appears on the screen together with a result that could be right or wrong.
  • The participant should press ‘1’ for a correct answer or ‘2’ for an incorrect answer.
  • The price for one test is $10.00 to $16.00 depends on the number of tests purchased.
  • You are invited to enter and use a free limited test.
  • The MATH-CPT should not be administered to individuals with severe dyscalculia, as doing so may yield misleading results.
  • To use the old version of the MATH-CPT press here (the norms of the old and new version for adolescents/adults are the same).

Planned and standardized by Dubi Lufi PhD, programmed by Matan Gubkin

Adolescents and Adults Version

  • Planned for individuals ages 12 to 90.
  • Uses problems of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
  • The test lasts approximately 10 to 20 minutes.
  • Sample question: 2 X 4 = 8,    9 : 3 = 4

Children and Adolescents Vesion

  • Planned for individuals’ ages 8 to 28.
  • Uses problems of addition and subtraction,
  • The test lasts approximately 6 to 16 minutes
  • Sample questions: 1 + 4 = 5,     4 – 2 = 3