Ok, I hope I'm wrong, but I fear I'm not... Just received V's test results before IEP meeting in a couple days. Here are the tests done: Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence III, the Bender Gestalt (visual-motor functioning), ABAS II and BASC and Conners rating scales (Conners listed as being used, but no trace in report...). Now, according to test, V as normal intelligence (Full scale 105, verbal is 100 and performance is 108). I'm not surprised there. Then, according to tests, his achievement is perfectly normal in the average range. ???What??? listening comprehension: 99 early reading skills: 95 math problem solving:97 alphabet writing flency: 94 numerical operations:107 oral expression:105 spelling:102 His composite score: oral language is 102 and written expression is 99. I gave you all the standart score (100 being the mean) and spared you the percentile. How can it be "normal" when his report gives him a 2 (behind, 3 being at grade level)??? His teacher is concerned and I'm concerned!! I'm guessing the one on one and quite environment of the testing room probably helped him A LOT. At TEACCH (we go weekly), he also does fairly well, but once again, it is one on one and with an pshycho-educational lady who know how to present things to him. The other shock: the discrepancy between the ABAS that the teacher and I filled out. On my forms, V scores in 1st or 2nd percentile on every item. On the teacher's: between 80th and 90th percentile!!! The BASC shows him At risk for internalizing problems and Behavioral symptoms index. The one I filled out: at risk for externalizing and Behavioral symptom index and clinically significant in adaptive skills (1st percentile). How can we have such difference?? I mean, it is HUGE. A lady that I don't know filled out the BASC as being V's teacher... or is a typo?? I'm clearly confused. I'm assuming we filled out the same forms, right? Or is there a home and school version? Then, it conclude with a few accomodations to address behavioral concerns relating to attention/hyperactivity/impulsivity. WTF???? V has NO behavioral issues at school whatsoever! Sure he fidgets, get overstimulated at times which does not help his focus. Or can't hear the teacher when tere is any noise around him despite the use of FM system (we see audiologist next week, V has no ear infections. Pedi already ruled it out ). I have this feeling: heading to the IEP meeting and will hear a bunch of b.s which won't lead anywhere. Those test results don't make any sense to me.