TableĀ 1

The ACE-R test multiple cognitive domains, summed to a score of 100 points

Cognitive domainAbilities testedScore
Attention and concentrationOrientation18
Registration
Attention and concentration
Recall
MemoryAnterograde memory (name and address)26
Retrograde memory
Recall (long delay)
Recognition
Verbal fluencyLetter fluency (p-words)14
Category fluency (animals)
LanguageComprehension26
Repetition
Naming
Semantic knowledge
VisuospatialCopying drawings16
Drawing a clock face
Perception
  • The MMSE is extracted as a 30-point score from elements of the ACE-R.

  • ACE-R, Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination Revised; MMSE, Mini-Mental State Examination.