Executive function test & Dyslexia test

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SakuraKino
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29 Nov 2010, 12:08 am

VM:
Subject Score - 59
Standard Score - 122
Percentile - 93
*Above*

EF:
Subject Score - 22
Standard Score - 56
Percentile - 1
*Very Low*

Verbal Memory Test (VBM):
Correct Hits - Immediate
Subject Score - 15
Standard Score 118
Percentile 88
Correct Passes - Immediate 14 95 37
Correct Hits - Delay 15 122 93
Correct Passes - Delay 15 109 73

Shifting Attention Test (SAT):
Correct Responses 36 59 1
Errors* 14 71 3
Correct Reaction Time* 1184 80 9



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29 Nov 2010, 12:37 am

Verbal Memory - 73rd Percentile (I thought I did better on this one than I actually did...)

Executive Function - 3rd Percentile (Ouch, bombed that one...)

The Verbal Memory scores were normal when it came to Correct Hits and such, so I'll just post the SAT results)

Correct Responsess - 1st Percentile (O.O)
Errors - 18th Percentile
Correct Reaction Time - 7th Percentile


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29 Nov 2010, 1:16 am

Verbal Memory

Subject score: 55 Standard score: 109 Percentile: 73 Average.


Executive Functioning

Subject score: 62 Standard score: 121 Percentile: 92 Above average



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29 Nov 2010, 2:17 am

Verbal Memory
Subject score: 60 Standard score: 126 Percentile: 96 Above Average

Executive Functioning
Subject score: 54 Standard score: 105 Percentile: 63 Average

I also think, as some others have pointed out that my verbal score would undoubtedly have been lower if the words were read aloud.


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29 Nov 2010, 2:21 am

I must be really tired:

Verbal Memory: 1 Percentile
Executive Functioning: 2 Percentile

I'm going to try it another day/time.



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02 Dec 2010, 4:15 pm

Verbal Memory
Sub score 57 Standard 115 Percentile 84 Above Average

Executive Functioning
Sub score 49 Standard 97 Percentile 42 Average

I guess with the executive functioning I could use a little work. I am better with memorizing things anyway.


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04 Dec 2010, 12:57 am

Ravenclawgurl wrote:


Scored "very low" (1st percentile) on both.


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09 Oct 2011, 12:09 pm

According to the cognitive screening test, my results were:

Verbal Memory score 50 standard score 89 percentile 23
Executive Functioning score 24 standard score 59 percentile 1

Verbal Memory Test (VBM):
Correct Hits - Immediate score 11 standard score 86 percentile 18
Correct Passes - Immediate score 15 standard score 111 percentile 77
Correct Hits - Delay score 9 standard score 85 percentile 16
Correct Passes - Delay score 15 standard score 109 percentile 73

Shifting Attention Test (SAT):
Correct Responses score 38 standard score 63 percentile 1
Errors* score 14 standard score 71 percentile 3
Correct Reaction Time* score 1092 standard score 89 percentile 23



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09 Oct 2011, 12:31 pm

These are my results. I don't know what they mean but it said my verbal memory was very low and my executive functioning was average.

Verbal Memory score 39 standard score 58 percentile 1
Executive Functioning score 48 standard score 98 percentile 45

Verbal Memory Test (VBM):
Correct Hits - Immediate score 6 standard score 57 percentile 1
Correct Passes - Immediate score 15 standard score 110 percentile 75
Correct Hits - Delay score 3 standard score 54 percentile 1
Correct Passes - Delay score 15 standard score 110 percentile 75

Shifting Attention Test (SAT):
Correct Responses score 50 standard score 92 percentile 30
Errors* score 2 standard score 110 percentile 15
Correct Reaction Time* score 1088 standard score 96 percentile 40



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09 Oct 2011, 2:19 pm

Verbal Memory
subject score: 52
standard score: 97
percentile: 42
AVERAGE

Correct Hits - Immediate 12 94 34
Correct Passes - Immediate 14 95 37
Correct Hits - Delay 12 103 58
Correct Passes - Delay 14 95 37

Executive Functioning (SAT)
subject score: 42
standard score: 87
percentile: 19
LOW AVERAGE

Correct Responses 48 84 14
Errors* 6 97 42
Correct Reaction Time* 1027 95 37

Well, that means that I'm average. SAT was very overwhelming.



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09 Oct 2011, 3:08 pm

Verbal Memory
subject score: 59
standard score: 122
percentile: 93
ABOVE AVERAGE

Executive Functioning (SAT)
subject score: 49
standard score: 97
percentile: 42
AVERAGE

Done with one error, but pretty slowly. I have reflex like a chess player.


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01 Feb 2013, 12:01 pm

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I'm at a loss here as to whether attention/concentration is considered an aspect of executive functioning or not.


Most researchers say it is.