Dyslexia: News from the web:
People taking the Dystech test supply a date of birth and email before being presented with a series of words on the screen. Users then repeat the words aloud with the audio being recorded for analysis.
The test, available through a mobile app or in the browser, takes around 10 minutes to complete.
The audio is automatically analysed by the algorithm to determine the likelihood of dyslexia. While the test can’t provide a diagnosis and Dystech does not offer medical advice, Richard says it returns a percentage likelihood of dyslexia as well as metrics on reading reaction time and average reading time.
The results can give an indication if users should seek an official diagnosis – currently only able to be provided by a psychologist.
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