Learning Assessment
The questions evaluate the 7 aspects in learning, such as stress, focus and concentration, organization, comprehension, emotion, communication and handwriting. Circle the most appropriate answer.
 
Section A
 

DESCRIPTION

  NOT TRUE   SOMEWHAT TRUE   VERY TRUE  
1 Has difficulty to sit still or is restless when doing a task.
(e.g. homework, drawing, playing piano)
  0   1   2  
2 Has difficulty to complete a task that has been assigned to him/her within the given duration.   0   1   2  
3 Has diffulculty to concentrate and pay attention.   0   1   2  
4 Easily distracted by distractions.
(e.g. noise, people, music, surroundings, etc)
  0   1   2  
5 Daydream at school / home.   0   1   2  
 
Section B
 

DESCRIPTION

  NOT TRUE   SOMEWHAT TRUE   VERY TRUE  
1 Personal belonging / room / book shelf is messy.   0   1   2  
2 Do not have a “to do list” / daily planner to write down his/her homework or task.   0   1   2  
3 Lack of self initiation to do a task.(e.g. complete homework, practice sports, arrange own wardrobe)   0   1   2  
4 Take longer time to make decision.
(e.g. choose food to eat, cloth to wear, etc)
  0   1   2  
5 Take a longer time to complete his / her homework.   0   1   2  
 
Section C
 

DESCRIPTION

  NOT TRUE   SOMEWHAT TRUE   VERY TRUE  
1 Take a longer time in understanding instructions.   0   1   2  
2 Requiring the repetition of verbal conversation.   0   1   2  
3 Has difficulty to understand explanation / conversation.
(e.g. require demonstration with verbal explanation)
  0   1   2  
4 Requiring rephrasing of verbal conversation.   0   1   2  
5 Have delay / inappropriate respond to verbal conversation.   0   1   2  
 
Section D
 

DESCRIPTION

  NOT TRUE   SOMEWHAT TRUE   VERY TRUE  
1 Argues a lot with elders, siblings and teachers.   0   1   2  
2 Gets upset easily.
(e.g. very sensitive, cry frequently, etc.)
  0   1   2  
3 Has difficulty to control / handle himself when in the group.
(e.g. prefer to play alone, don’t like to share toys with others, and don’t like to queue in the line)
  0   1   2  
4 Has difficulty to control emotions.
(e.g. laugh, cry, throw tantrums, shout, scream, etc)
  0   1   2  
5 Verbally hurt others without considering other’s feeling.
(e.g. friends, siblings, etc)
  0   1   2  
 
Section E
 

DESCRIPTION

  NOT TRUE   SOMEWHAT TRUE   VERY TRUE  
1 Stutter / anxious when deliver a speech in front of the crowd.   0   1   2  
2 Has difficulty to express wants, needs and thoughts verbally.   0   1   2  
3 No eye contact when communicate with someone.   0   1   2  
4 Verbal communication and body language are incongruent.
(e.g. a boy says happy with his birthday gift but his body posture shows he is unhappy)
  0   1   2  
5 Shy to talk to new friends or relatives.   0   1   2  
 
Section F
 

DESCRIPTION

  NOT TRUE   SOMEWHAT TRUE   VERY TRUE  
1 Has frequently complained about hand pain, strain or discomfort when writing.   0   1   2  
2 The space between the written words is too far apart or too near.   0   1   2  
3 The handwriting is poorly controlled.
(e.g. letter or words written either too small or too big)
  0   1   2  
4 Has missed out any words / sentences when copy from the whiteboard / text books.   0   1   2  
5 Reluctant to write or gives up easily during writing activity.   0   1   2  
 
Section G
 

DESCRIPTION

  NOT TRUE   SOMEWHAT TRUE   VERY TRUE  
1 Fear or anxious of test / competition.   0   1   2  
2 Has trouble sleeping the night before a test / competition.   0   1   2  
3 Feel moody, irritable or cry before or during test / competition.   0   1   2  
4 Withdrawal from activities that used to give him / her pleasure during test / competition.   0   1   2  
5 Feel the need to go to toilet more often than usual during test / competition.   0   1   2  
 
SCORING
Add up all scores in each section. A high score indicates your child’s weakest learning aspect while lowest score indicate his strengths.