School Problems and the Family physician - Part I

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Appendix - 1 :

Leiter Intelligence Scale
Digits forward and backward:
This test is in two parts. Part-I consists of eight items, the first being a three digit series and the last a ten digist series.

This subject is asked to repeat each series from after the exainer reads it. Part-II also consists of eight items, the first being a two digit series and the last a nine digit series. The subject is asked to repeat in reverse order, the digits which the examiner reads to him.
 Instructions for administering Part-I: Repeating digits forward Score 1. 6-4-9 7-3-2 12 2. 5-2-8-3 4-7-2-3 16 3. 3-9-4-1-6 8-3-5-2-4 20 4. 7-5-1-8-3-6 4-8-5-3-9 24 5. 2-9-4-1-7-3-8 5-1-7-2-9-3-6 28 6. 8-3-2-5-7-4-9-1 4-7-2-8-5-9-1-6 32 7. 8-4-3-6-1-9-2-5-7 4-7-2-8-5-9-1-6 36 8. 7-4-9-1-6-3-2-8-7-5 5-7-2-8-3-6-1-9-4-7 40
 Instructions for administering Part-II Repeating digits backward Score Practice 3-5-2 8-1-5 1. 7-3 4-9 8 2. 5-7-1 3-9-2 12 3. 6-1-8-5 2-7-5-3 16 4. 9-2-1-5-3 8-3-7-2-6 20 5. 5-1-9-2-3-8 6-3-8-1-4-9 24 6. 3-7-1-4-8-2-5 2-5-9-4-1-7-3 28 7. 8-4-1-3-5-2-9-6 6-4-3-1-9-2-8-7 32 8. 3-8-2-7-5-9-1-6-4 4-1-9-3-8-2-7-5-6 36
Instructions for obtaining and recording the digit test I.Q. score:
1. Add the credits earned by the subject on Part-I and Part-II and enter the score.
2. Convert the raw score to an I.Q. score by using the table given below.
Table for converting digit series raw score to I.Q. scores:

 Raw score I.Q. score Raw score I.Q. score 56 149 44 105 55 146 43 100 54 143 42 96 53 140 41 92 52 137 40 88 51 134 39 84 50 131 38 80 49 128 37 74 48 124 36 68 47 120 35 62 46 115 34 56 45 110 33 50
 Intelligence grading: I.Q. Grading: 130 and > Very superior 120-129 Superior 110-119 Bright normal 90-109 Average 80-89 Dull-normal 70-79 Border line 69 and < Mentally defective