Posted by AnimalHugger on February 03 2009 02:15 PM
Good to know I'm not the only one, justfoundout!
I took the WAIS - III. It also says this, under Evaluative Measures: Woodcock-Johnson III Normative Update; Tests of Achievement Form -A. I'm not sure what that means, or if it is important...And, yes, ert, here are the results:
My Broad Reading Scores were: Actual 123 Predicted 105 Difference 18 Variation (PR: 98; SD: +2.01) Singnificant at + or - 1.50 SD (SEE): Yes
My Broad Math Scores were: Acutal 88 Predicted 117 Difference -29 Variation (PR 0.4; SD -2.63) Singnificant at + or - 1.50 SD (SEE) Yes
My Broad Written/Language Scores were: Actual: 124 Predicted 195 Difference 19 Variation (PR 98; SD +2.05) Significant at + or - 1.50 SD (SEE) Yes
Phew! Okay, there are a bunch of scores now....OH, by the way, they're based on ages 16-10.
It says Cluster Tests and then a page worth of subjects, and their Proficiency, RPI, SS (90% Band) and PR. Do you want all of those? I can type them out, it will just take a while. :)
And then here's another bunch:
WAIS - III
Verbal Sub-Scale Performance Sub-Scale
Vocab: SS = 17 Picture Completion: SS = 13
Similarities: SS = 18 Digit Symbol Coding: SS = 8
Arithmetic : SS = 10 Block Design: SS = 11
Digit Span: SS = 12 Matrix Resoning: SS = 13
Information: SS = 12 Picutre Arrangement: SS = 11
Comprehension: SS = 14
Verbal IQ = 124 (119-127) Verbal Comprehension Index = 134 (128-137)
Performance IQ = 107 (101-112) Perceptual Organizational Indes = 114 (107-119)
Full Scale IQ = 118 (114-121)
Okay...I think that's it. I'm not sure exactly what these numbers mean....But my parents don't believe for a second that I'm at 8th grade level in math. I, too, think I'm lower than that....But they assumed through the whole test that since I went to school in 8th grade, I should be at that level, at least.
The whole report is riddled with inconsistencies and false assumptions. Like I said on anohter thread, my mama has started over a page of corrections of things that they got WRONG. So, we shall see what we shall see....