|6: Normal spontaneous movement|
|5: Smiles, coos, babbles||5: Withdraws to touch|
|4: Opens eyes spontaneously||4: Irritable, crying (but consolable)||4: Withdraws to pain|
|3: Opens eyes to speech only||3:Inconsolable crying or crying only in response to pain||3: Abnormal flexion to pain (Decorticate response)|
|2: Opens eyes to pain only||2: Moans in response to pain||2: Abnormal extension to pain (Decerebrate response)|
|1: Does not open eyes||1: No response||1: No response|
- For Motor score 4, pain is defined flat, fingernail pressure (often performed with the barrel of a pencil).
- For Motor scores 2 and 3, pain is defined by pressing hard on the supraorbital notch. If this unsuccessful, sternal pressure may also be attempted.