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    I posted a while back about my son's IQ testing and need help again. I took him to get the academic tests done. I got the scores in today and aren't sure what some of them mean. I know what the percentile is but not the other two.

    Here is what the report says:
    K-TEA-II (Raw Score/Standard Score/Percentile):

    Letter and Word Recognition 42/160/>99.9
    Math Concepts and Applications 25/129/97
    Math Computation 04/*/*
    Reading Comprehension 20 (15-B)/*/*

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    Letter-Word Identification 35/163/>99.9
    Reading Fluency 15/*/*
    Passage Comprehension 19/154/>99.9

    The *s are scores that couldn't be generated because of DSs young age. Would his math score preclude him from the Young Scholars program? Could the 97 percentile be because he hasn't had any real experience in math yet?

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    Thanks Dottie. He's still 4. He will be 5 a week from today. I guess I can turn these in when I apply and see what they say.

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    Originally Posted by CFK
    Leprosy? Sorry, I just had to laugh when I read your typo in the Topic title!

    I was thinking something more along the lines of STDs when I saw it... (sorry too!)

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    Originally Posted by CFK
    Leprosy? Sorry, I just had to laugh when I read your typo in the Topic title!
    LOL...oops smile


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