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It may just be lack of experience with test-taking, test anxiety (although they weren't presented as "tests," so I kind of doubt this one in this case), or just general indifference, but I'm curious about the SPD thing as another factor.
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My kiddo just had the same thing happen. She is very familiar and capable with computers. She can figure out all kinds of games and how things work. The computer lab were they did the testing was very crowded and loud, brightly lit with fluorescent lights and the test gave auditory instructions so all the computers were bleating the instructions at slightly different times to each kid. Plus, she kept getting interrupted to help her buddy next to her who was less computer savvy. I truly think her lower-than-expected scores were SPD related. I vote YES!!
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