Humiliated by Test

by Margaret Lebak
(Bismarck, ND)

I never felt so humiliated in my life! The test felt like being run through a shredder. My eyes were bloodshot for two days following the test. The tests were extremely dated and felt as though they might be used to establish that someone has Alzheimer’s. I have MS. My former neurologist let me take Aricept when I had an employer looking for any reason to fire me. My mother and my sister had both died. I want to quit the Aricept,and my new neurologist ordered a Neuropsychologist to test. I am a teacher. When we give students achievement tests, we give them over several days so the students are fresh for each part. And we do not save the most difficult problems for last. This test is not meant for someone with MS. I personally do not think that it is meant for anyone.


I have taken nine graduate level credits (three classes) in the past year and received an A in each of them.

I have taught a college clas, "The Foundations of Substance Abuse Prevention."

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