Thread subject: The Dyscalculia Forum :: Diagnosis Acquired!
Posted by tr3slunas on July 14 2011 05:45 AM
yes I know what you mean about errors, several of my reports had errors in - ranging from grammar to contradicting themselves. I think you would be well within your rights to highlight these errors to them so they could correct them - it does not look good on the psychologist themselves - so you would be doing them a favour? I don't think there is a formal term for twice exceptional as it is not really defined as a type of diagnosis, the difference between your scores would be evidence enough of you being very capable in one area and not in another - I think the nearest formal term you would get on a report to 'twice exceptional' would be 'high functioning' but that would be gleaned by the report write up that says you are very good at reading (or any other high functioning areas).
the wikipedia page here back up what I am saying about no clear definition for twice exceptional - http://en.wikiped...xceptional