It can be challenging to determine what steps to take when suspecting a learning disorder. Although the internet provides much information about specific learning disorders and support strategies, sometimes contacting your local learning disorder association or school may help.
Dyslexia is complex and may require more analysis to reach a conclusion. Nevertheless, an overall likelihood score of more than 70% should lead you to seek advice from an accredited professional. Please scroll further to see more measurements.
During the session, the screenee has read a list of 32 words, we have recorded the readings. 16 words are real English words and 16 are nonsense words, generated by Artificial Intelligence techniques.
The complete list of words has been generated in accordance with the screenee age. The audio recordings have been securely sent to and processed on our server. Our system has analysed the records and estimated the likelihood of dyslexia.
We have also computed 6 metrics which are important for the likelihood estimate:
Our aim is to maximise the objectivity of screening dyslexia. Being in the field of cutting edge data science technology, there is no human in the processing loop. All these estimates are completed by a computer using Artificial Intelligence algorithms trained on a large dataset.
Indicates the average RRT for all the words you have read.
Indicates the average RRT for the real words you have read.
Indicates the average RRT for the nonsense words you have read.
Indicates the average RT for all the words you have read.
Indicates the average RT for the real words you have read.
Indicates the average RT for the nonsense words you have read.