Number Dyslexia Test - teens
For starters - you’re not dumb. the best thing you can do for dyscalculia is early diagnosis, but it’s never too late to learn in a different way.
Do I have it?
Number Dyslexia Test - for Teens
This is a short Number dyslexia test to help you know if you might have Dyscalculia. Of course - we’re not scientists but how you answer these questions will give you a good idea.
If the symptoms on this Number Dyslexia Test are familiar and you are despairing with Maths and other science subjects please don’t worry there is help out there.
We can not stress enough how important it is for you to know your basic maths facts. What is 7x8? Can you answer straight away? If you can’t head to your parents NOW and tell them that you need to learn your tables. It will go a LONG way to helping your brain. If you get the basics like Times Tables and Dividing off by heart then a lot of problems can be solved. However, you need to learn in a different way and VISUAL LEARNING IS THE KEY TO YOUR SUCCESS. check out www.tablefables.net to learn maths using animation. this WILL work for you and it WILL make a difference. Knowing your tables will give you maths confidence and this in turn will have a huge impact on your relationship with maths.
At the moment the site is a little kiddy - we are hoping to make a more grown up version - that will be rude and memorable. Let us know if you would like this by contacting us.
Below is an example of one of our stories. 9x4. See if you find it fun and if watching this video helps you remember? If you use the site you learn the characters first which might make more sense. In this video the Boat is number 4 and the Giraffe is number 9.
If you are still unsure if you have Maths Dyslexia or Dyscalculia read our “DAY IN THE LIFE OF” a Dyscalculia teen and see if any of it rings true with you. Also be sure to have a look at our solutions to maths dyslexia problems OR get in touch with us through the form below.
We hope this Number Dyslexia Test was helpful and good luck with your journey. Remember you have an incredibly unique brain.
If you could share with us below, how you have managed to resolve some of your own problems with maths that would be amaze balls! We love helping others with the information we are accumulating from you guys - the peeps who live with dyscalculia every day. If we can design new ways to teach the old stuff, that helps brains like yours understand, then we can prevent for others the frustrations you likely face on a daily basis.