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Identifying Information:

Childs Name: E
Date of Examination: October 14, 2015
Date of Birth: October 25, 1993
Chronological Age: 21 years, 11 months, 20 days
Date of Report: October 22, 2015
Grade: Senior in college
Examiners Name: Victoria Rivera
Name of Test Administered: Kaufman Test of Academic Achievement, Second Edition
Names of Other Assessment Procedures: *********

Reason for Referral:


The test was given to give this student practice administering the Kaufman Test of
Academic Achievement.

Background Information:
This examiner gave this assessment to E. E is a twenty-one year old female. She is in
her senior year at Samford University and is a psychology major. In high school, she was
in the top of her class and received As and Bs throughout her educational career. E
was diagnosed with Epileptogenesis in her freshman year of college. This diagnosis had a
slight impact on her academic performance while in college. She was prescribed
antiseizural medication, she has since been taken off of the medicine and her grades have
improved.

Behavioral Observations:
E and this examiner had established rapport prior to this testing. E was hesitant to
take this assessment. She had never taken an achievement assessment before and was not
sure what to expect. She expressed to me that she did not want to feel dumb if she
happened to miss any easy questions. During the test, E was a bit distracted while
taking the assessment. She was constantly looking around and fidgeting in her seat. After
each question, she asked me if she got the question right because she was afraid of
getting it wrong. If she got a question wrong or she did not know the answer to the
question she would begin laughing because she was embarrassed. E did not have a
positive reaction to this test.

Assessment Results and Clinical Impressions:


The assessment given was the Kaufman Test of Academic Achievement. The
KTEA is in its second edition. This assessment is meant to assess achievement in the
areas of reading, math, oral language, and written language. The authors of this
assessment are Alan Kaufman and Nadeen Kaufman. The assessment includes a
comprehensive form or a brief form for the examiner to use.
For this particular assessment, this examiner used the brief form, which assesses
writing, math, and reading. The results of this assessment are placed in a table below.

Reading
Math
Writing
Brief Achievement
Composite

Raw Score

Standard Score

68
61
87
335

111
114
110
114

Confidence
Interval
105-117
106-122
100-120
109-119

Percentile
Rank
77
82
75
90

In the area of reading, E received a raw score of 68 and a standard score of 111.
E falls within the average range in reading and she scored at or above 77% the people
in the age range of <19. In the area of math, she received a raw score of 68 and a standard
score of 114. Based on the standard score, she scored at or above 82% of people in her
age range, she falls within the average range, and has an age equivalence of <19. In the
area of writing, E received a raw score of 87 and a standard score of 110. She also falls
within the average range and has an age equivalence of <19. Her overall achievement raw
score was 335 and her overall standard score was 114. Based on how she did in the areas
of reading, math, and writing, she falls within the average range. NOT DONE YET
STILL TWEEKING

Recommendations:
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