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A student in the third grade is 8 years old and has muscular dystrophy. Standardized testing scores for figure ground, visual perception, and visual motor subtests are 2.0 standard deviations below from the mean. The students mother wants suggestions for promoting the student’s success as a student. What do the results of the standardized test scores indicate?
A) Slight delays in figure ground, visual perception, and visual motor skills compared to other children of the same age
B) Not enough information to conclude if the student has delays in figure ground, visual perception, and visual motor skills compared to other children of the same age
C) Significant delays in figure ground, visual perception, and visual motor skills compared to other children of the same age
D) The student is at normal development in figure ground, visual perception, and visual motor skills compared to other children of the same age

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A test score that is 2 or more standard deviations below the norm for the child’s age indicates a significant delay in the area tested.

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