A psychoeducational evaluation usually consists of an interview, observation and testing. During the interview, information that is important for the assessor to consider will be reviewed. You will be asked about your concerns, medical history, medications, school information and other important issues. If you are not comfortable taking tests, it’s not a problem as these tests are not like others you have taken. The most important thing is that you do your best. Your assessor will speak to you about what you can expect during the evaluation.