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Mullen Scales of Early Learning

Product Description


Five scales provide a complete picture of cognitive and motor ability

  • Pinpoints strengths and weaknesses
  • Ideal for assessing school readiness
  • Measure cognitive ability and motor development.

Quick and easy to administer, the Mullen Scales of Early Learning gives you:

  • Five scales: Gross Motor, Visual Reception, Fine Motor, Expressive Language, and Receptive Language
  • Excellent standardisation and reliability data
  • Easy profile analysis
  • An array of stimulating manipulatives and materials
  • Scale scores and an Early Learning Composite
  • Generates reliable and valid information
  • Identifies a child's strengths and weaknesses
  • Assesses early intellectual development and readiness for school
  • Provides a foundation for successful interventions.


Scales: T scores, percentile ranks, age equivalents; Composite: standard scores, percentile rank

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Complete kit

Includes 25 Record Forms, Test Materials, Manual and Item Administration Book

Warning - choking hazard for children under 3 years

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£911.50 inc VAT
Currently out of stock, available to pre-order
Mullen Scales record forms, pack of 25
£57.60 inc VAT

Key Information


Measure cognitive ability and motor development quickly and reliably with Mullen Scales of Early Learning


Eileen M Mullen

Publication Year


Age Range

Birth to 68 months


15 minutes (1 year); 25-35 minutes (3 years); 40-60 minutes (5 years)

Qualification Code


£911.50 (Complete kit price from)

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