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Fill in the blank space. I didn't have to do this one, but had something similar. I could not have done this one and would have left it undone. I just simply don't get it.
Now on this one on the left, I think I know the answer, but I'm not sure. i'm guessing it's #5, but I don't know if I'm right or not.
In addition to visual puzzles, she read a list of about 40 words and I had to repeat as many as I could. That was hard even tho she read them slowly and did it twice.
Then there was a language test where she about read about 20 words in pairs and wanted to know how they were related or alike. This was very hard because in some cases i didn't think they were related - opposites instead.
In another test she read a story with math problems that I had to do in my head -no paper allowed. Now if you happen to like math and are good with it, this test would have been easy peasy. But..... I hated math. I do remember the times table and can certainly add, subtract and divide. I can't solve those problems in my head tho when they are presented in story form and you have to add, subtract, and multiply in your head while retaining the information. it's too much for this old brain.
All in all, I was happy with the results. I still say I did well because of the magical jelly beans. You know - if you were not a genius in school, you aren't going to be a genius as an old lady! he he
Until next time......
All pictures copied from Internet Explorer's "Images" file and labeled to be from the Weschler Intelligence Scale - Adult. I have no idea exactly what year.