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February 21, 2006


Kevin McGrew

Interesting post. I just provided a link to this post at my intelligence testing blog, with a comment about the use of the phrase "nonverbal IQ." I'm thinking of adding your site to my blogroll

alison richard

I.q. testing I believe, should not be adapted in any way as it invalidates the scores. I firmly believe I.q. testing is not appropriate for many special needs children. I am a parent of a 11 year old blind child and am adamently fighting against i. q. testing as it is not designed for the visually impaired and probably many other forms of disabilities as well. any thoughts?

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