|Dyslexia is one of the common problems in education. Many children are deprived of proper education due to a lack of timely diagnosis of dyslexia and this causes them to face many educational and psychological problems. In order to diagnose dyslexia, 4 tests are common to use, of which 3 tests are done by the child and 1 test should be done by the dyslexic child’s parents.
During this test, the child is provided with a text according to his/her age and is asked to read the text and answer the questions.
Psychologists in the field of dyslexia assess the level, type, and severity of dyslexia in the child by listening to the child’s reading. By examining the child’s cognitive functions while reading, they can determine the level, type, and severity of dyslexia.
This test evaluates various aspects such as reading speed, reading accuracy, comprehension rate according to age, reading errors, and various other aspects related to learning processes.
In this test, the child’s parents or the ones who have raised the child and know him/her well can help the diagnosis of dyslexia more accurately by answering questions about the child’s educational processes.
Dyslexia Tests (1 st Grade)
Dyslexia is a learning disability in reading. People with dyslexia have trouble reading at a good pace and without mistakes. They may also have a hard time with reading comprehension, spelling, and writing. But these challenges aren’t a problem with intelligence. With early tests and diagnosis, we can help a dyslexic person to develop better with proper assistance.
To perform the test accurately, please follow the instructions below carefully:
Step One: Give the text to the child and ask him/her to read that aloud. After reading the text, ask the child the given questions. Note that the child’s voice should be recorded while reading the text and answering the questions. Then you must upload the recorded audio file.
Step Two: Parents answer the questions related to them.
Dyslexia test reports are analyzed by expert psychologısts. Each report indicates the type of dyslexia, the level of dyslexia, and the possible disorders related to learning.
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