Dyslexia Test for Adults and Young People

If you are searching for trusted and proven dyslexia test to use at home or within your organisation in the UK, London, Scotland, England or other English speaking countries – we can help.

QuickScan Dyslexia Questionnaire and QuickScreen Dyslexia Test

Here at QS Dyslexia Tests (QS) we provide two online products for dyslexia screening for young people and adults:

The dyslexia test products are ideal for both:

  • individuals at home – single use payment and detailed report (£10 for QuickScan and £19.50 for QuickScreen) and
  • organisations – for their recruits, staff or students with a management portal, detailed reporting and annual license (starting from £250) – please contact us for a free trial.

Whether you are a personal user, educational establishment or workplace organisation, you have the option to use one or both of the test products depending on your requirements and results.

Our easy-to-use online dyslexia tests will flag up indicators of dyslexia, providing you with a full report of your results and suggestions for training and development.

Who are the people behind the dyslexia test products?

The QuickScan and QuickScreen online dyslexia screening programmes have been developed by QS Dyslexia Tests (QS) – part of Pico Educational Systems Limited.

Over a million users have benefited from Pico’s dyslexia screening tools, either at home, in education or via their employer, since we launched the first computer-based dyslexia test in 1997.

Find out more about us.

In 2018 and 2019 we have proudly sponsored British Dyslexia Awareness (BDA) Week. Since November 2019, we have proudly been a part of the Assured Scheme by the British Dyslexia Association (BDA).

If you’re based in the UK, London, Scotland, England or any other English speaking countries and have any questions about our dyslexia tests, please do contact us. We’re happy to help you! We often post useful blogs with up to date news about dyslexia, general helpful advice and lots of research! 


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