I remember when my son was complaining that the math they were giving him in school was not challenging enough and that he was bored.
So they gave him an aptitude test to see his actual level...
The somber guidance counselor came back and said that our son had done so poorly on the test that they were going to have to enroll him in remedial classes. So we asked to see the test and his answers so that we could discover his weaknesses.
It turned out that he had scored 100% on the test but they used the wrong answer key to score it. You would think that the officials and teachers would have wanted to see specifically what he had done incorrectly so that they would know their teaching weaknesses.
Our whole testing philosophy is wrong. The main purpose of testing should be a learning experience to allow the student to grow and the teachers to see what is not getting through. Instead testing is based solely on a reward and punishment model.