QuickScreen is used for dyslexia testing for adults – both as individuals and within organisations (as students, staff and new recruits).

Here are some of our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about dyslexia testing…

QuickScreen Dyslexia Test Support

You are welcome to email any questions you may have to info@qsdyslexiatest.com, or use the form on our contact page.

It is also possible to speak to us on the phone. Please call 020 8674 9571 between 9 am – 5 pm, Monday to Friday.

What sort of research has been done to produce this test?

How does this screener differ from other computer based dyslexia tests for individuals?

How does this assessment differ from other organizational computer tests for dyslexia?

Will it pick up if I have difficulties with numbers and arithmetic?

I am a high achiever and have always found ways of covering up my difficulties. Will the screener identify my problems?

English is not my first language, so will this screener identify if I have a problem with dyslexia or with English?

I have missed out some vital bits of schooling and this has always set me back. Will I be able to deal with this screener?

I get anxious doing tests, so will it show a true picture of what I can do?

What about dyspraxia?

What does the report for self-testing for individuals contain?

What does the report for self-testing for students and staff within organisations contain?

Is the Dyslexia assessment test accepted by JCQ for access arrangements?

Test Support for Organisations

Can we share the QuickScreen report with employees directly (including graphs percentiles)?

Do you send out a user manual containing psychometric properties of the screening?

Could you give some details of the norm group used

What do we need to take into account when testing someone whose first language is not English? Which scores could be impacted and how would that impact our interpretation?

If you have any queries or requests please do not hesitate to contact us – we’ll be happy to help.


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