POSSIBLE EDUCATIONAL SYMPTOMS
OF KLINEFELTER SYNDROME


This grouping of educational symptoms potentially could occur.  You are welcome to place a checkmark besides the ones you feel are relevant to you or your son, depending on who has this condition and then print this form out.  This may be a helpful guide to give to a teacher or educational professional who may be assisting you and/or your son.


General Difficulties:
Unsuccessful Test Taking
Difficulty with Writing Details
Poor Organizational Skills
Poor Management of Timed Activities
Slower to Complete Tasks
Easily Frustrated
Difficulty Employing Problem Solving
      Strategies

Decreased Mathematical Ability


Social Skills:
Low Self Esteem
Interprets Words Literally
Anxiety
Forgetful
Rigid
Short Temper
Perfectionist
Feels Like a Failure
Bullied
Reading Difficulties:
Comprehension
Difficulty with Recall
Retaining Information
Poor Short Term Memory

Attention Problems:
Short attention span
Needs Instruction Repeated
Concentration issues
Auditory Processing and Memory Problems
Gross Motor:
Poor Athletic Performance
Balance Issues
Language Problems:
Poor Communicator
Language Processing
Difficulty Expressing Thought
Fine Motor:
Poor Handwriting




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Last updated on March 7, 2013