If the assessor thinks your child has dyspraxia (a common disorder affecting gross and fine motor coordination in children), she will indicate this to you verbally and recommend onward assessment by a paediatrician or occupational therapist.
If she thinks an adult client has dyspraxia, she may indicate this in a report for Disabled Students Allowance as it may affect your study. She is still obliged to recommend onward referral.
The assessor can administer a mathematical test which is the equivalent of GCSE, or a Mathematical Anxiety test. She cannot administer maths tests which are of ‘A’ Level standard or above, as she has not studied the subject to these levels.