Deviations on ranges

by Wayne Tayolor
(Kansas)

I tested and was told that I had a standard deviation between performance and verbal. Performance rating of Bright and a verbal rating of average.

It was suggested I had learning disability.

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You need to take another test and interpretation
by: Saqib Ali Ateel

To Wayne Tayolor

Your comments don't show why you were tested? Whether you were looking for an admission or a job? Whether there was some kind of problem that you wanted to resolve?

Whatever the situation may be, you should get yourself tested again at some other place. If not sure where, I have heard high word about this company.

You can check with them here...



As far as your report "average in verbal skills" is concerned, it doesn't show your "learning disability". You would not be surprised to know that most of the successful people in the world were average. In extreme cases some were suffering from dyspraxia. Look at these names:

Daniel Radcliffe – Actor
Cara Delevingne – Supermodel & Actor
Florence Welch (of Florence and the Machine fame) – Singer/Songwriter
David Bailey – Photographer

And on top of them...

Albert Einstein – Genius

There are also rumors about following famous people having dyspraxia.

Marco Pierre White
Jamie Oliver
Jack Kerouac
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
G K Chesterton

If you are bright in performance, no one can beat you in your favorite field.

Good Luck!

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