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There are various tests in the report you have attached (the attachment was removed to protect the patient's identity). The test battery includes a variety of tests including IQ (intelligence quotient) tests, psychoneurological tests, and a variety of patient's raw scores, standard scores, T-scores, Z-scores, and percentiles. For instance, I am referring to particular memory indices of a test. Matrix reasoning, recall recency and delayed recall intrusions fall in the average range. This means there are no problematic concerns in these areas.
Logical memory 1
Logical memory 2
Short free recall
Free recall intrusions
Immediate recall discrimination
Delayed recall discrimination
Free recall discrimination
Cued Free recall discrimination.
The patient's score on these tests falls in the "low average range" which means there is a below-average functioning in these areas.
Total recall discrimination
These scores fall in the "borderline range" which means there could be a possibility of a disturbance in these areas. Further, the scores I have mentioned here are examples of some of the tests mentioned in the document. The overall picture of the patient's functioning can be derived through a similar process. If you are a professional doctor like a neurologist, psychophysiologist, psychologist, or professional researcher then I can assist you with the particular test you want to get an interpretation. Because there would be many technical terms only a professional or a doctor can understand. In another case, if you are a patient or attendant of a patient then it will be difficult for you to tell me exactly which test is required to be interpreted. You would need to consult a similar doctor who referred you for the tests or who conducted your tests. I hope this info is helpful to you.