Online Learning Disability Tests

Free, research-based online testing for learning disabilities

Concerned your child may have a learning disability? You’re not alone. Approximately 20% of people are affected by dyslexia, according to the International Dyslexia Association. Additionally, almost 80% of kids who are categorized with learning disabilities in the United States fall somewhere on the dyslexia spectrum. To help parents identify if their children are at risk for a learning disability, we provide free online testing for dyslexia and other learning disabilities.

Browse our library of online learning disability tests
to measure your child’s risk level.

Other Quick Tests

Learning Disability Test

In 5 minutes this online questionnaire will identify the possible cause of your child’s learning difficulties. Your child does not need to be present to complete this questionnaire.

After completion, we will identify if any learning disabilities are probable or merit further testing.


Test Your Child for a Learning Disability Test

Dysgraphia Test

This free assessment will allow you to determine whether your child is at risk for dysgraphia. It consists of questions in which you can rate your child’s handwriting on various aspects.

If this assessment shows a risk for dysgraphia, you will be given the opportunity to submit an actual sample of your child’s handwriting to a dysgraphia therapist, who will do a more thorough analysis of it.


Test Your Child for Dysgraphia Test

Listening Comprehension Test

Listening Comprehension Disorder (a difficulty understanding when listening, which is sometime referred to as Specific Language Impairment) is the 2nd most common cause of reading problems after dyslexia.

In 3-5 minutes this online questionnaire will help you determine if your child is at risk for a listening comprehension problem. Your child does not need to be present to complete this questionnaire.


Test Your Child’s Listening Comprehension Test

Emotional and Behavioral Problems Test

Emotional and behavioral disorders can show themselves in many ways. Often parent observations of their children’s conduct provides the initial impetus to getting their children the support they need.

In about 3 minutes this online questionnaire will help you determine if your child is at risk for an emotional or behavioral problem. Your child does not need to be present to complete this questionnaire.


Test Your Child’s Emotions and Behavior Test