Associative Learning Skills are those skills that learners possess in order to associate previously learned concepts with new knowledge. Understanding learners' Associative Learning Skills can create opportunities to enhance learning experience by adapting the content and other aspects of instruction to individual learners. This paper analyzes three tools from the literature to determine their suitability for assessing Associative Learning Skills based on their purpose, reliability, and process of associations between stimulus-response words. These tools were selected because they seem to recall previous concepts and past experiences with existing concepts. Nevertheless, these tools are not considered as final candidates for the assessment of Associative Learning Skills and analyzing other psychological tests should be done in further research.