[Self-Test] Dyscalculia in Adults
Could your math-related challenges be symptoms of the learning disability dyscalculia? If you’re concerned that you might have dyscalculia, take this free symptom screening test and discuss the results with your doctor.
Created from a dyscalculia symptom checklist developed by Dyscalculia.org.
Dyscalculia, often referred to as “math dyslexia,” is a learning disability (LD) that makes math problems confusing and daily interactions with numbers frustrating. Dyscalculia can be the cause of problems with time management, spatial recognition, and motor functions. About 20 percent of students with attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD) also have dyscalculia. If you’re concerned that you might have dyscalculia, answers to the questions in this free symptom test may give you useful information to share with an educational psychologist.
This self-test is not intended to replace the care of an educational professional in diagnosing dyscalculia. It is for personal use only.
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What To Do Next:
1. Take This Learning Disability Test: Dyslexia Symptoms in Adults
2. Take This Learning Disability Test: Dysgraphia Symptoms in Adults
3. Learn More About Dyscalculia and Math-Related Learning Disabilities
4. Download It’s Not ADHD: 3 Most Common Diagnosis Mistakes
5. Watch the Free Webinar “Understanding Dyscalculia: How to Recognize & Address Math Learning Disabilities” with Daniel Ansari, Ph.D.
6. Read “Getting Things Done with Adult ADHD,” an ADDitude original ebook
Updated on August 12, 2019