This reminds me of a student I had with dyslexia. He had a verbal IQ of 120, was so articulate, and could have the most interesting conversations. Because of his dyslexia, he couldn’t read and transposed all his numbers. According to the test, he was “far below basic” in all areas. I hope there never comes a day when he thinks there is any validity to “the test.”

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  • Notes: 148
  • Posted: 23 December 2013
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