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Growing up, reading out-loud terrified me.
I made up jokes to try to avoid it. Usually that only got me in trouble.
About once a month, we would go out into the hall and read for an aid. To me, this was the scariest thing I could have faced. I found myself watching the timer more than looking at what I should be reading and my stuttering got worse every time the aid marked a word I read wrong.
By the time I got to 5th grade, I discovered that if I dropped my book and lost my place, I would not get called on to read.
In 6th grade, my teacher gave me a test and called my mom and me in to talk about the results. The test was a reading level and comprehension test. I tested at a college reading level. I wasn't stupid after all...
That year, I received a perfect score on the PAWS test.
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