Learning Disability Test

This free assessment will test if your child is likely to have a learning disability.

It covers six key areas: Reading, Spelling & Writing, Math & Logic, Emotion & Self-Control, Listening, and Attention.

Reading Page 1 of 6

Spelling & Writing Page 2 of 6

Math & Logic Page 3 of 6

Emotion & Self-Control Page 4 of 6

Listening Page 5 of 6

Attention Page 6 of 6

How often does your child:
Mispronounce (or used to) only certain words (e.g., says amunul for animal, poothtaste for toothpaste)
Have difficulty reading unfamiliar words or guess at them?
Pause, repeat or make mistakes when reading aloud?
Struggle to understand what he or she has read?
Avoid reading for pleasure?
How often does your child:
Make spelling errors in homework assignments?
Have messy handwriting?
Have trouble with punctuation and capitalization?
Resist writing tasks?
Have difficulty getting thoughts down on paper?
How often does your child:
Confuse math symbols and/or operations? {e.g., addition, subtraction, multiplication, division}
Have difficulty comparing the relative size of whole numbers and/or fractions? (e.g., Which is largest: 347 or 743? Which is largest: ¼ or ½)?
Reverse numbers? {e.g., 81 for 18}
Struggle with concepts related to time and/or money? {e.g., days, weeks, months, hours; penny, nickle, dime}
Struggle to differentiate facts from fantasy?
How often does your child:
Express anxiety or frustration?
Seem to tire easily when doing school work?
Complain of aches, pains or other discomforts?
Say she/he feels stupid or not as smart as other kids?
Resist authority? {e.g., argue with or frequently disobey parents and/or teachers}
How often does your child:
Struggle to follow spoken directions or explanations, especially when there are no illustrations?
Have difficulty understanding spoken language when there is a lot of background noise?
Have difficulty following verbal jokes or a story read aloud by an adult?
Struggle to participate in extended conversations or miss parts of conversations?
Struggle with science and/or history terms, concepts or facts? {e.g., What is a mammal? What is democracy?}
How often does your child:
Have difficulty maintaining attention for more than 15 minutes?
Take a long time to complete simple tasks?
Have difficulty planning and/or organizing tasks?
Lose track of time or misplace objects?
Have trouble tolerating boredom or tedious tasks?

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