Your website indicates how to interpret the Age-Corrected Standard Scores, Uncorrected Standard Scores, and Fully Corrected T-Scores. But what can be said of the raw scores? How are these meant to be interpreted?

The interpretation of the Raw Score varies by test. For example: for Emotion measures, the raw score indicates the simple sum of item responses; for Flanker, the Raw Score represents the number of items with correct responses, while the Computed Score column lists the 0-10 accuracy & reaction time-based score that is used to derive the Standard Scores for Flanker. The NIH Toolbox Scoring and Interpretation guide includes these details for all instruments: 
http://www.healthmeasures.net/score-and-interpret/interpret-scores/nih-toolbox 
Direct link: https://nihtoolbox.desk.com/customer/portal/articles/2437205-nih-toolbox-scoring-and-interpretation-guide
 

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