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J. Said,
March 16th, 2011 @2:55 am  

They measure different things: the Weschler measures understanding, comprehension, comparative abilities (basically an IQ score obtained by verbal testing) and the Goldman is mostly a measure of articulation abilities.

However, even if they measured the same things, psychometric test scores are *not* directly comparable, they tend to be on separate scales that cover different ranges of ability – it would be quite possible that a score of 80 on one and a score of 117 on another was equal.

If you are concerned or just want to know, as either the speech therapist or psychiatrist to explain the tests to you. I’m sure they will be happy to.

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