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Dyslexia is a learning disability that manifests itself primarily as a difficulty with written language, particularly with reading. It is separate and distinct from reading difficulties resulting from other causes.


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Asked By : ravi005

Asked on : 30 Jun 2011   

i am ravi of 27 yr. since my child hood i am having a problem in language reading & writing , in solving maths problem. my famly is not that much aducated to understand my this prob nad now i feel a great prob in my life because of this i feel i am a dyslexic. fron the site i hav nte down some symptom list an i found lot of them in me

• May read very slowly with many inaccuracies.
• Continues to spell incorrectly, frequently spells the same word differently in a single piece of writing.
• May avoid reading and writing tasks.
• May have trouble summarizing and outlining.
• May have trouble answering open-ended questions on tests.
• May have difficulty learning a foreign language.
• May have poor memory skills.
• May work slowly.
• May pay too little attention to details or focus too much on them.
• May misread information.
• May have an inadequate vocabulary.
• May have an inadequate store of knowledge from previous reading.
• May have difficulty with planning, organizing and managing time,
pls guide me what do i do. how to overcome my this problem. plss pls guide meeeeeeeeeee

Asked By : paschar

Asked on : 22 Mar 2010   

in india , how many people view objects as if in a mirror known to suffer from strephosymbolia (a form of Dyslexia) .? paschar

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