I have read only the title and not the desc<x>ription and not the details.<br />
What's wrong is that you think there is something wrong with you. Make the best of things, that's all anyone can ever do anyway, for the rest after you simple deserve happiness.
I'm sure you don't have anything "wrong" with you. It's hard to guess what that experience you describe was all about but I got the impression a psych was just telling your mom you had difficulties focusing your attention (the first step in remembering things is to give your full attention, after all). Could've been ADHD like it seems practically every other kid supposedly has nowadays. If I were you I'd just ignore those past memories, but work on improving my attention span (and other memory-boosting skills), just in case.<br />
There's no harm in pursuing self-improvement, and you don't need to have something "wrong" with you in order to try it. :)
Sounds like it might be Autism Spectrum Disorder. Hard to say. Are you sure this is a real memory? False memories are more common than you might think. The important question is; Is it true? Do you have trouble completing a list of tasks from memory?<br />
Doctors, especially psychologists can be wrong. The doctor needs to look at your symptoms then basically guess at what's wrong with you. If you report body aches, coughing, fever, and sore throat the doctor is most likely to say you have the flu (because that is common) but you could have Bubonic Plague. That is unlikely to be caught and unless you report that you may have been exposed to it it's very unlikely to even be tested for (because Bubonic Plague is rare).<br />
Psychological disorders are even harder to diagnose because there is no reliable test for them. If you have Bubonic Plague a test will reveal the pathogen. Because most psychological disorders have no tell-tale signs it's harder to say you have ASD or ASAD or BD or you're just plane nuts.
From reading your question, you seem fine. <br />
Ask your parents about it.<br />
Some of it might be real (I remember taking similar tests, and doctor always ask parents if you have friends, etc), and part of it might be a dream?
You're old enough to see a doctor on your own, read your own reports, do your due diligents...<br />
Medical advice on EP is not what you need!
I would ask them about it. There is nothing wrong with you.
Your an adult now. Can't you ask your parents? If you think they know something, ask them.
some parents are against meds