Individuals who are generally functioning well in that they are working or going to school, but would be functioning at a higher level if their cognitive functioning were better would rate a two or a three. Individuals who are having difficulty functioning and cannot work, attend school, or socialize due to cognitive problems, but can complete activities of daily living would usually be rated a four. Individuals who are having trouble with school, work, socializing, and activities of daily living would usually be rated a five. A person with all of those functioning problems who also needs close supervision would usually be rated a six. Someone who needs constant supervision due to cognitive problems would usually be rated a seven.