Following an intensive year of research trials, we are delighted to announce that the Quickscreen (QS) online dyslexia test is a statistically proven tool for use by individuals and organisations.
The QS online dyslexia test has shown ‘strong statistical evidence of an association between the independent dyslexia diagnosis and the QuickScreen test indication’.
Research Trial Results
There are over 5000 candidates who have completed the test (aged 17+), they accessed it via the British Dyslexia Association (BDA) website, along with trials at Universities for their students. All test participants receive a very detailed report by email upon completion of the online dyslexia test.
Only those candidates with a prior dyslexia assessment were selected together with non-dyslexic students who participated in the control group and these formed the basis of the research study.
Both studies have indicated that anyone who gets a ‘mild, moderate or strong result on the QS test is highly likely to be dyslexic. Their result could, in time, be a sufficient substitute for a full dyslexia test’ when arranging financial and study support for individual students, or making reasonable adjustments for individuals within their place of work.
There is also strong statistical evidence of ‘a clear association between the speed of processing and dyslexia’. In the QuickScreen online dyslexia test this is one of the key aspects of the report conclusion.
How do I access the QS online dyslexia test and how much is it?
What’s special about the QS online dyslexia test?
QuickScreen (QS) is incredibly thorough – more so than many other online dyslexia tests. It considers a wide range of areas including:
- visual and verbal skills
- vocabulary and memory
- speed of processing throughout a range of activities (not just literacy skills)
You can undertake the various parts of the test in stages to suit your schedule – but it can all be completed in under 1 hour. Choose to use a PC, Mac, iPad or tablet to take your online dyslexia test.
You will immediately receive a very detailed report by email that identifies none, borderline, mild, moderate or a strong association with the indicators of dyslexia.
You can read QS online dyslexia test testimonials and reviews from many candidates who have benefited from the QS online dyslexia test.
We have years of experience in providing successful online dyslexia testing and will continue to conduct more University-based research in 2017.
If you think you may be dyslexic why not take our online test? From recent user feedback, the overall results were:
- 90% would recommend the QS test to others
- 92% found the report helpful
- 90% rated the report as good to excellent
If you have any questions please contact us, we’d be delighted to help.