Do You Think Your Child Might Have Dyscalculia? Take The Online Dyscalculia Quiz


Dyscalculia is a learning disorder characterized by a difficulty learning mathematical operations, numbers, and symbols. If you think your school-aged child might have dyscalculia, take the online dyscalculia quiz below to find out whether you should consider the full cognitive dyscalculia assessment.


Online Dyscalculia Quiz

1. Do you have trouble recognizing mathematical symbols?
2. Do you have trouble remembering basic mathematical structures (1+1=2)
3. Do you often have to use your fingers to count?
4. Do you start problems in the wrong order? For example, subtracting starting at the right instead of the left.
5. Do you have trouble carrying numbers while adding or subtracting
6. Do you have a hard time reasoning? For example, the answer to a problem doesn't make sense
7. Do you have a hard time doing basic math in your head?
8. Do you have trouble understanding spoken or dictated problems?
9. Do you have a hard time telling time or differentiating between right and left?
10. Do you have trouble putting numbers in order? For example, repeating numbers or writing numbers out of order?


If you received 7 or more incorrect answers, we strongly recommend that you take our full dyscalculia assessment and follow-up training program to improve the symptoms of dyscalculia.

Dyscalculia report

CogniFit online innovative neuropsychological assessment for dyscalculia that allows for a complete cognitive screening and assessment of the risk index of having this math-based learning disorder with excellent reliability.

CogniFit works by training the cognitive skills scientifically proven to be apparent in people with dyscalculia. By training the weakest cognitive skills, the user will have a better chance of improving these cognitive functions, ultimately decreasing their cognitive symptoms of dyscalculia.

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