I am a 24 year old female who graduated from college, although barely, two years ago. I have cerebral palsy (brain damage) from premature birth and this is where my Learning Disability (LD) comes from. I always had difficulties in school (especially in English and History and was relatively better in Science and Math) but always got good grades because of motivation and hard work. Therefore, I did not get tested for Learning Disability (LD) until sophomore year of college when I just couldn't cope anymore. I took SAT without accommodations and got a 1350 (680 V, 670 M). I got tested for Learning Disability (LD) in 2005 at age 20 and here are my scores: WAIS III Similarities--19 Vocabulary--18 Information--15 Arithmetic--13 Digit Span--11 Letter-Number Sequencing--11 Matrix Reasoning--10 (feel that I could've done better on this one if my examiner did not push me to give an answer quickly. It is supposed to be untimed, but I don't feel that it was not completely untimed. When I took this subtest again a few years later with unlimited time as part of a research study, I got a 12). Block Design--5 Picture Completion--2 Digit-Symbol Coding--5 Symbol Search--7 Verbal Comprehension Index--145 Working Memory Index--109 Perceptual Organization Index--71 Perceptual Speed Index--79 Verbal IQ--135 Performance IQ--73 Full Scale IQ--average (not calculated due to discrepancy) So what do you guys think based on these test scores? Also, what careers do you think would I be good at and enjoy. Obviously, there is a number of things in which I struggle.