Quick data guide

Results for each of the three dyslexia-sensitive tests (word recognition, word construction and memory), are reflected in a colour-coded bar chart, with scores showing the degree to which there are indications of dyslexia. Higher scores reflect a higher probability that the person has a potential profile of dyslexia.

No indications of dyslexia Weak indications of dyslexia Strong indications of dyslexia
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Results for the non-verbal and verbal reasoning tests are also depicted in graphical form using a five-point scale:

  • Low - bottom 10% of adult population
  • Below average - next 15%
  • Average - middle 50%
  • Above average - next 15%
  • High - top 10%

When all subtests have been completed, an overall classification and brief narrative description are provided. Four classifications indicate the probability of a potential profile of dyslexia:

  • High (95% probability of dyslexia)
  • Moderate (90% probability of dyslexia)
  • Borderline (75% probability that the test taker does not have dyslexia)*
  • Low (95% probability that the test taker does not have dyslexia)