Hello. My twelve-year-old just had a comprehensive evaluation. Her WISC-IV results are: Comprehension 18 Similarities 17 Vocabulary 14 Picture Concepts 15 Block Design 10 Matrix Reasoning 10 Digit Span 14 Letter-number sequencing 15 Coding 11 Symbol Search 9 Verbal Comprehension 138 Perceptual Reasoning 110 Working Memory 126 Processing Speed 100 Full Scale 125 On the Connors, my ratings and one of her teachers' ratings combined met criteria for very mild or sub-clinical ADHD, and both of us also rated her as having impaired executive functioning. This is mainly because she has great difficulty with organization and forgets and loses her materials. She also has bad, almost illegible handwriting. I know that this is a lot of subtest scatter, and consequent large discrepancies between different kinds of cognitive abilities. She is an all A student (plus usually one B), but gets Fs and D on some assignments because she does not turn them in even though she did them, because of being disorganized. On state standardized tests, she scores as proficient. She is a delightful, charming child, who loves to plays musical instruments and be outdoors. Is the low processing speed characteristic of kids with ADHD? I plan to discuss with a child psychiatrist whether to try ADHD medications. I am writing to ask for advice about what accommodations and assistance to request at school. The initial eligibility meeting is on 3/25/09. I'm sure the school will say she is not eligible. Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.