Effective dyslexia remediation specifically designed for older struggling readers (age 7+).

Student Dyslexia Test Results

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Eric (M) 10 (Grade 2)
Student ID = ER3445752M
Date = 11/04/2021 11:56 AM


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About the Results

The Dynaread Dyslexia Test, formally known as our Standardized Diagnostic Comparative Analysis (SDCA) of Dyslexia, is a State-of-the-Art test comparing your student’s results to a reference population of 25,000 previously tested students with varying levels of dyslexia. The results allow you to discern how serious your child’s reading struggles are in comparison to those of other struggling readers of equal age. Results are expressed in percentiles.

What are percentiles? Percentiles are like rankings. Example: If your student's score is at the 30th Percentile, this means that 30% of struggling readers in our reference population performed worse, and 70% performed better than your student.

Remember that we compare your student with other struggling readers of the same age as your child. A 20th percentile score means that 80% of struggling readers in our records sharing your student’s age, perform better than your child. This would clearly indicate the seriousness of your child’s struggles.

In contrast, a score of e.g. the 85th percentile would mean that only 15% of struggling readers in our records perform better i.e. have less struggles, and 85% have more struggles than your child. This is not to say that your child does not need help, but rather indicates that your child’s struggles are mild compared to most other struggling readers their age.

The higher your student’s percentile score, the less severe your child’s struggles compared to other struggling readers. If percentile scores are low, this means that your child’s struggles are very serious compared to other struggling readers.

Our Dyslexia Testing services are provided under the Dynaread Terms of Use. Dynaread exists to help fight obliterate adolescent low literacy. We care and operate in good faith. Full comprehensive Dyslexia Testing through a specialist Educational Psychologist is more comprehensive and significantly more expensive. Our Dyslexia Testing and Reviewing assumes that demonstrated reading difficulties are despite adequate instruction, motivation, and intelligence.

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Working Memory

In this module we presented the student with a Pair-Cards exercise in order to obtain a rudimentary impression of the functioning of Working Memory.
Most children have fully functioning working memory. A low percentile score does not necessarily mean low working memory performance.

WM RPI = 78   Count = 16
Working Memory Percentile = 29

Common English Word Module

In this module we presented the student with a maximum of 20 Common English Words (CEW), in increasing levels of difficulty—increasing in length, and decreasing in frequency-of-occurrence in today’s English. This test measures the fluency and accuracy performance on these 20 CEWs. Explicitly, in Reading Science terms, this test measures the current functioning of the student’s Fast Route (Lexical Route) reading system.

CEW Thinking Time
Set 1 (Easy) 1.5 sec
Set 2 2.1 sec
Set 3 5 sec
Set 4 10 sec
Set 5 (Difficult) 10 sec
CEW Accuracy
Set 1 (Easy) 75% correct
Set 2 50% correct
Set 3 75% correct
Set 4 0% correct
Set 5 (Difficult) 0% correct
CEW RPI = 51   AveT = 5,733   AveA = 0.40
CEW Accuracy Percentile = 20
CEW Fluency Percentile = 21

NonWord Reading Module

In this module we presented the student with a maximum of 20 NonWords (NW). Each of these words look like normal English words, but do in fact not exist. The words however can be pronounced using regular phonics rules. The purpose of this component of the Dyslexia Test is to measure the functioning of the student's phonological decoding skills. Explicitly, in Reading Science terms, we measure the current functioning of the student's Slow Route (Grapheme-Phoneme) reading system. Subsequently, the results allow us to compare the demonstrated CEW performance with that of the demonstrated NW performance.

NonWords Thinking Time
Set 1 (Easy) 2.8 sec
Set 2 4.1 sec
Set 3 7.7 sec
Set 4 10 sec
Set 5 (Difficult) 10 sec
NonWords Accuracy
Set 1 (Easy) 50% correct
Set 2 75% correct
Set 3 0% correct
Set 4 0% correct
Set 5 (Difficult) 0% correct
NW RPI = 34   AveT 6,925   AveA 0.25
NW Accuracy Percentile = 23
NW Fluency Percentile = 21

Reading Comprehension Module

In this module we presented the child with a short text, followed by four questions. When a child demonstrates struggles at the individual word reading level, this reading comprehension module is skipped. The comprehension test is relatively short (four multiple choice questions) and comprises of a short text and four comprehension questions. The text and questions complexity are compatible with an average seven year old reader.

Results: No data. We terminated the test early to avoid unnecessary stress.


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  • Student's First Language
     - USA English
  • Language Spoken at Home
     - English at home

Genetic Risk

  •  - Both parents
  •  - One Grandparent

Speech and Pronunciation

  • Speech Development Issues
     - 1 (no issues)
  • Current pronunciation issues
     - 3 (very minor)


  • Hearing Issues
     - 0 - No problems
  • Hearing Aid
     - No


  • Vision Issues
     - 0 - No problems
  • Vision Correction
     - No

Remediation Received

  • Total # of Months
     - 36 months
  • Observed Results
     - 3 (little)
  • Included Phonics
     - 9 (mainly phonics)