Our expert says:
Actually, Liza, I had some similar experiences, in being twice advanced a year ahead of my age-group in primary school, and personally I found it beneficial and no problem at all. I had good friends among the other kids without worrying about anyone's exact ages, which only became obvious at birthday parties. I think the problems that may be possible on advancement, are usually far, far, smaller than those caused by becoming bored at being kept back with work much less challenging and interesting than one needs. Get the assessment and discuss this with the psychologist. If the advice is for him to advance, go ahead
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