Well, once again, difficult child has passed, if not with-flying colors, enough to stump everyone. The speech path at the local children's hospital let me sit in on the testing, and ea time they completed a section, he'd tally up everything immediately and tell me (yay! most people make you wait weeks). difficult child was within the average range on every single test. His worst section was simple word IDs, which seemed strange, because he's got a big vocab, but there was another section that tied in words to either pictures or short phrases and he tested as though he were a 14-yr-old. The average of all the tests together was clearly average, and the path drew a graph to illustrate it. He said that his tests were not designed for anything subtle, just for glaring cognitive discrepancies,and he had no referrals or suggestions,except to continue with-counseling and dealing with-the ADHD. Oh well. I just couldn't leave that stone unturned.