borderline intellectual

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  • During school years, individuals with borderline intellectual functioning are often "slow learners."
  • From the University of Melbourne study, two thirds of EFMR patients have borderline intellectual functioning or intellectual disability, while one third have normal intelligence.
  • "Borderline intellectual functioning" is not currently defined, but the term may be used to apply to people with IQs in the 70s.
  • Hance had an IQ of 75-79 points, which classifies him as "borderline intellectual functioning" on modern medical scales of mental retardation.
  • A study conducted at the Epilepsy Research Centre at the University of Melbourne's Department of Medicine estimated in 2007 that two thirds of EFMR patients have borderline intellectual functioning or intellectual disability.
  • On June 3 police interrogated Jessie Misskelley Jr., whose IQ was reported to be 72 (making him borderline intellectual functioning), was questioned alone; his parents were not present during the interrogation.
  • Borderline intellectual functioning is a categorization where a person has below average cognitive ability (an IQ of 71-85), but the deficit is not as severe as intellectual disability (70 or below).
  • Borderline intellectual functioning, also called borderline mental retardation, is a categorization of intelligence wherein a person has below average cognitive ability (generally an IQ of 70-85), but the deficit is not as severe as intellectual disability (70 or below).