When a litmus test says: "Is your character unusually accomplished for his/her age, time period, place, occupation, and/or social status?" do they mean the social status the character believed that she was before stuff happens?
My character thought she was the average farmer, but her mother was from another species, one that lived by hunting. The mother, knowing that the kid was going to be involved in some pretty deep shit, taught her archery skills before leaving for her health (this is not the time for exposition on why.) And the girl's social class in her mother's homeland is a better than what she thinks it is. Is that what I should be judging by?
I know the tests usually say "If you say, 'Well, kind of' then check the box" but this is somewhat justified, so I'm confused.