Cognitive Assessment Results by Client-Reported Diagnosis
The following charts show the improvements in cognitive skills for clients who came to LearningRx with a diagnosis of speech and language disorder between 2010 and 2015. The changes in standard scores on the Woodcock Johnson III – Tests of Cognitive Abilities were statistically significant for all skills (p< .001) assessed. Overall, the largest gains were seen in auditory processing and long-term memory, followed by logic & reasoning, working memory, and broad attention. The average pretest IQ score was 91 and the average post test IQ score was 100. In addition, post-training percentiles are within the range of normal functioning, and the average age-equivalent gain in cognitive skill performance was three years.
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*These are the results of past clients. You may or may not achieve similar results.
What are “percentiles”?
What are percentiles? X
A percentile represents where someone ranks in performance compared to a group of 100 of his or her peers. For example, if someone is in the 38th percentile in Long-Term Memory, it means that he or she performed better in that skill than 37 peers (and not as well as 62).
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