they better not.
i imagine the challenge would be to make your symptoms visible and as inconvenient as they would be in everyday life, within the assessment. some of us look too normal. for instance, my gimpy walk has resolved and people can't tell visually that i'm no good with paper, coins, fine detail, etc, because my hands are uncomfortably numb. just like two balloons as it were. people think i'm an impatient bitch when i clear my throat, not that my spit just heads for the lungs regardless of my mood.
maybe ask for a bathtub to pee in while you're in the appointment. if your meds zone you out, show them what you're like in that state. if they are doing their standard tests anyway, maybe letting them see all the rest of it would flesh out the picture more aptly. i would hope so. it's just a pain that you have to figure out ways to convey what standard tests don't address.[/i]