IQ testing and learning disabilities/disorders

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Texasmoneyman300
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22 Dec 2021, 6:32 am

firemonkey wrote:
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I'd be absolutely useless on such a game due to slow speed of response.


What's your score on the Vineland Adaptive Behaviour Scale?


A good question. I've never done it. Is it available online? What I can say is that I struggle with practical tasks of daily living.

Ya i dont really give much credence to IQ tests considering that it tends to be priveledged and wealthy people who score the highest on them and those who have had the ability to afford a college degree.



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22 Dec 2021, 6:49 am

Texasmoneyman300 wrote:
firemonkey wrote:
cyberdad wrote:
firemonkey wrote:
I'd be absolutely useless on such a game due to slow speed of response.


What's your score on the Vineland Adaptive Behaviour Scale?


A good question. I've never done it. Is it available online? What I can say is that I struggle with practical tasks of daily living.

Ya i dont really give much credence to IQ tests considering that it tends to be priveledged and wealthy people who score the highest on them and those who have had the ability to afford a college degree.


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