Panic at the Pediatrician
If your pediatrician has a similar set-up, you know the panic. They give you a clipboard at every well check with a list of skills (that you didn't know your child was supposed to have) and you get to check the box: Yes, Sometimes, or "Not Yet" (gee, thanks for putting it kindly as opposed to just saying NO).
It is kind of like those tests where you got to check your own answers and "be honest" about the score you got...except that this test actually matters and the being honest part is for real. MY biggest (perfectionist) question is: WHY DIDN'T YOU GIVE ME THE QUESTIONS BEFORE SO I COULD COACH HIM?!? Maybe that negates the organic nature of developmental questions? There are a billion skills a child learns through their first year. I didn't realize dropping two toys into a bucket consecutively was high on that list.
Before you panic, here's some info to keep in mind: ALL CHILDREN DEVELOP AT THEIR OWN RATE.