Objective: The current study investigates the mean differences between the Raw scores of a Puerto Rican sample (Rss) with the Raw score obtained from the normative data (Rsnd) of The Clock Test (drawing phase-Tuokko Scoring Method). Method: A secondary analysis with an exploratory-descriptive design was conducted. Sample size of 119 subjects (females n = 84 and males n = 35). The sample age range was from 55 to 88 years (M = 72.26, SD = 7.89). A One Sample T-test was used to determine the mean raw scores by age groups. The sample was divided in five age groups: < 69 yrs (X ̅Rss = 5.67,X ̅Rsnd = 2.85), 70-74 yrs (X ̅Rss = 6.92,X ̅Rsnd 3.0), 75-79 yrs (X ̅Rss = 7.71, X ̅Rsnd = 3.0), 80-84 yrs (X ̅Rss = 6.06, X ̅Rsnd = 5.5), >85 yrs (X ̅Rss = 14.44, X ̅Rsnd = 6). Results: The comparison between the obtained Raw Scores of the Puerto Rican and normative sample Raw Scores was statistically significant for four age groups [< 69yrs t (47) = 3.054); 70-74yrs t (24) = 3.69; 75-79 yrs t (20) = 3.64; >85yrs t (8) = 2.57, p < 0.05]. The exception was the 80-84 age group [t (15) = .5, p = .618]. Conclusion: Significant statistical differences between the mean of the raw scores of the Puerto Rican sample and the normative sample were observed for all age groups, except for the 80-84 yrs group. This suggests that caution should used when using the standard norms of The Clock Test with ages less than 80yrs. Culturally adapted norms should be considered for this population.