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Dyslexia Test: Free Screener for Adults

Take this free dyslexia test to see if your lifelong reading and spelling challenges match the symptoms of this common learning disability.

6 Comments: Dyslexia Test: Free Screener for Adults

  1. @iam13butsowhat If you are concerned about having Dyslexia you should ask a professional. I actually have pretty bad Dyslexia and scored a low 36 points. Yes the professional test is long and will also take all day to complete, but if you do it you will receive advantages on your tests and homework. Someone to read the paper out loud. More time to complete the tests. Waved spelling errors. It is a lot of help.

  2. I am 13 years old. I know that I shouldn’t be taking this test, but I’m trying to figure out what is “wrong” with me. I recently took a test to see if I have ADHD, and the answer was yes. I have a very high form of ADHD. I also tried to figure out if I have Dyslexia. I only scored a 21, but a lot of the questions were yes. Case in point: I have a very high form of ADHD, and a low to nothing form of Dyslexia. I’m scared to bring the fact that I might have ADHD and Dyslexia to my doctor. My entire family has mental health problems, and I’m scared that I have them too. God bless.

  3. Im 44yrs old i always had touble in school i never graduated i score a 92 and on one with numbers i scored 100 i remember when i was in kindergarten i was sent to the eye dr. And my omo was supposed to have me checked again but never did i put in slow classes til 4th grade then regular classes it was really hard to understand and comprehend i thought that i did but when it came down tp it i didnt do well i sometime write backwards oh and im a lefty my handwriting is really bad i have to really concentrate to have nice hand writing my spelling is ok except i forget letters or mix them up.

  4. My husband scored 69 as well – he talks to me about it but doubt if he will take it any further as he is obstinate and does not like admitting to problems. I have been privately diagnosed with A D H D along with other NHS problems, physical and mental – he quite often criticizes my mistakes and makes me feel inadequate but I never try to make him feel bad about anything as I hate the thought of hurting or making people feel bad. He then feels bad about making me feel the way I do but doesn’t seem to learn from this. Maybe I am pathetic., maybe I don’t stand up for myself enough and maybe it’s just rejection dyslexia disphoria. I am 53 ,trained as a nurse then went into social work but suffered anxiety, Hated school couldn’t study, couldn’t speak up in groups, no self confidence after having a very happy carefree childhood. As I got older I used alcohol, substance abuse etc just to try and seem normal. After having a high powered job( which I should never have taken on) alcohol got worse and husband left me – this was like the end of the world – I wished I was dead. After various incidents etc etc my husband came back and I was so happy. But then got into legal highs – which I would have to say was the best time of my life – I felt normal happy and contented. Then I started to feel ill. To cut a very long story short was diagnosed with ME, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ( by NHS) but am still waiting to see psychologist 9 months on and also various physical problems that need sorting out. Sorry for the long story but it helps to talk. Xxxxx

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