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Types of tests

Types of Tests: Inside the Evaluation Process

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Many types of tests are used to evaluate children for learning and attention issues. The areas where your child is having trouble will help determine which particular ones she might be given. Find out more about tests and assessments used in the evaluation process.

Reviewed by Elizabeth Harstad Jun 16, 2014 Jun 16, 2014

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