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<h2 style=”text-align: center;”><strong><span style=”color: #000000;”>A quick guide to dyslexia tests</span></strong></h2>
Imagine an individual that finds difficulties in areas where it seems so simple for others around. This individual may have dyslexia and not realize it. If you find similarities with the person described above, you make consider undergoing dyslexia tests. In cases such as these, it is recommended to performing screening tests. These tests are the best indicators of identifying if a person has dyslexic traits and their level of severity. Additionally, there are several types of screening tests whether it is digital or in person. All these tests ask similar questions to evaluate the individual that finds difficulties in areas where it seems so simple for others around. This individual may have dyslexia and not realize it.<img class=” aligncenter wp-image-997″ src=”http://www.eiold.info/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/hqdefault-300×225.jpg” alt=”Image of &quot;Am I Dyslexic?&quot; ” width=”204″ height=”153″ />

If you find similarities with the person described above, you make consider undergoing dyslexia tests. In cases such as these, it is recommended to performing screening tests. These tests are the best indicators of identifying if a person has dyslexic traits and their level of severity. Additionally, there are several types of screening the potential presence of dyslexia. These series questions are not simple “yes or no” questions, but they dive deeper into understanding the person. However, it is important to take into consideration that screening tests are not always the most accurate or reliable. Therefore, it is important to conduct full diagnostic screenings in order to draw proper conclusions.<img class=”aligncenter wp-image-996″ src=”http://www.eiold.info/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/testing.jpg” alt=”testing” width=”310″ height=”124″ />

When undergoing the full diagnostic screening, psychologists or teachers typically conduct the series of tests. If the results return unfavorable, one can always retest and reassess their process of identifying if one has dyslexia. Overall, these tests tend to accurately identify whether a person has dyslexia and the level of severity.

<em>This post was written and edited by Alexandra Lambiris. All views are my own based off of secondary research and do not necessarily reflect Exceptional Individuals.</em>

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