I am not sure when these tests were done and when last your daughter has been to an ENT specialist.
When tests are done on small kids like your daughter it is imperative that the middle ears are clean without fluid. The fluid in the middle ear does affect the results of the testing.
I would recommend that you consult the specialist again to ensure that the ears are clear. If the ears are clear go for the objective tests again.
I would than recommend that you have your child evaluated by a speech language therapist. The therapist see if your child is behind and therapy can be recommended.
Your child is still young thus chances of correction will be good. Just have the ears sorted out first.
Please let me know if you need numbers of speech therapists in your area.
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