For students with:
Low Self-esteem, Lack of Motivation
Dyslexia or Dyscalculia Assessments
An assessment for dyslexia or dyscalculia is performed following the guidelines stated by WHO ICD-10. It contains a case history, a psychological diagnostic test for assessing the cognitive development and an evaluation of the skills in math and/or language to define the gap between potential and skills.
If needed it will be supplemented with other personality tests and questionnaires about habits, motivation and goals.
Reports and Attestations
Upon request, a written report will be provided. Dyslexia/dyscalculia assessments come with an attestation of the diagnosis and a report with suggestions for the compensation for the disadvantages to be given by the school to help to overcome the dyslexic/dyscalculic deficits.
Students will learn how to optimize their skills, and how to overcome exam anxiety and build up a better self-esteem.