You think you may be Dyslexic?

Take the Dyslexia Screening Test

** This test in only a simple dyslexia checklist for adults.  Comprehensive dyslexia testing by a qualified professional is the best way to make a formal determination. For a more detailed online test, check out our partner NEUROLEARNING that has recently released a confidential iPad-based test for ages 7 and up. That app actually tests a child or adult’s skills, identifies strengths and weaknesses, and provides a detailed report based on that performance. The test takes about 1 hour and is currently on sale for $39.99 (bulk discounts too). Some results on that test may qualify for free ebooks from Bookshare.

Comprehensive testing usually requires hours of testing by a professional; typically an educational psychologist, neuropsychologist, or. other advanced degree professional. To learn more about dyslexia, visit our online dyslexia library and subscribe to our free Dyslexic Advantage newsletter.

The simple checklist below was originally developed by Ian Smythe and John Everett (2001).**

The possible outcomes of this checklist are:

– Unlikely
– Mild-to-Moderate
– Moderate-to-Severe



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