Do you struggle with reading or completing math problems? Have you ever wondered whether you might be dyslexic? If you are an adult who struggles with reading, there is a high chance of probability you might be dyslexic, but were never properly diagnosed. Dyslexia is primarily a language-based learning disability.
A checklist for dyslexic adults will not provide enough information for a diagnostic assessment, but it can be very useful in promoting a better self-understanding and a pointer towards future assessment needs. Below are the questions that were found to be more predictive of dyslexia as measured by prior diagnosis. In order to provide the most informative checklist, scores for each answer indicate the relative importance of that question. Alongside each line, you can keep a tally of your score and at the end find a total. For each question, circle the number in the box which is closest to your response.
This free, secure and confidential screening assessment will give a profile of learning strengths and weaknesses, including a measure of severity of symptoms. Your answers are confidential. You do not need to provide any personal information to complete this assessment. You can answer the questions for yourself, or you can use this evaluation as a way of learning more about the learning profile of a member of your family or a student you are working with.
Our free screening evaluations are intended for use by a child and his or her parent or legal guardian and for general information purposes only. If you are a teacher or other school official intending to work with a pupil, please refer to our Mississippi Dyslexia Screener. Because your child is underage, we are required to authorize collecting your child's personal information. Please read the following privacy notice:. Thank you for visiting our website!