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Minnesota Paper Form Board Test is said to test “imagery capacity” [1], “spatial visualization[2],“mental visualization skills” [3] “part–whole relationship skills” [4] and “the ability of an individual to visualize and manipulate objects in space”[5].

The test consists of five figures and one of the figures displayed in disarranged parts. The subject has to decide which of the figures displays the pieces joined together.

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Revised Minnesota Paper Form Board Test instructions and sample problems can be found in Appendix D (page 107) of

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