I gave a math quiz last Friday. My severely ADHD student was absent that day. Today, when we had the time, I handed him the test and said "Hey, Kiddo, I need you to take this test." Simple enough. He threw a monstrous fit. He wrote "I hate you" on the back of the test and showed it to me, then insisted he was here on Friday and already took the test (this is demonstratively false, proof including an e-mail from Mom saying Kiddo was sick and could he turn in his homework on Monday?) Gah. So, consequences administered and all that, including a potentially permanent 0 for the test (data necessary thing for administration), though we might try again tomorrow. There is nothing in his IEP about changing the time of the test or anything like that. Did I do wrong in waiting until the afternoon to ask him to do the test? Do I accept this as a one-time bit of brattiness or is it something I should bring to the attention of the IEP team, looking for a plan for giving him make-up tests, finding when the best time is, etc?