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Old 08-29-20, 01:27 PM
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WAIS IV Visual Puzzles

Hi, has anyone ever done the WAIS IV before?
I didn't get a full scale IQ because there were significant differences between the index scores. My highest subtest score was Vocabulary (18), and my lowest subtest score was Visual Puzzles (7). What learning disability does a low score in Visual Puzzles indicate?
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Re: WAIS IV Visual Puzzles

With similar test scores, I was diagnosed as having a learning disability in visual perception and visual-motor integration. You might also want to look into non-verbal learning disorder.
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Re: WAIS IV Visual Puzzles

Is there a free online WAIS testing site that you can share? I have always wondered how I would do.
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