Nessy - Dyslexia Quest
|Our Dyslexia Quest screening tool provides a report of learning abilities associated with dyslexia. Administered in as little as 20 minutes, its game-based format motivates students to perform at their best, without even realising they are being assessed. |
As a result of our insider knowledge and research, the Dyslexia Quest Screening App released in 2011 was based on the tests of educational psychologists, mirroring the output that they would assess to determine the likelihood of dyslexia.
The efficacy of our app has been researched thoroughly by Barry Carbol PhD. Since the release of the app we have been working to develop it into a more comprehensive dyslexia test that provides a snapshot of learning abilities linked to dyslexia and because it’s games based, students have fun without realising they are being assessed.
Assured products we believe are effective at identifying or supporting dyslexia if used as intended, developed from generally accepted and well-established science, and make marketing claims that accurately reflect what a user can expect – based on the evidence provided to us. For more information on Assured email email@example.com.
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