Dyscalculia, the facts

Updated: Feb 26

How do you know if you have a specific learning difficulty in maths?

You will have experienced difficulties in maths ever since you can remember.

You may have had difficulty learning the counting numbers.

You may have difficulty understanding how numbers go together to add up, what to multiply means and especially how diving actually works.

You may find that you get anxious now at the the thought of maths, perhaps you pretend to others that this is not the case?

if you want to know more about this you can read more on http://www.stevechinn.co.uk/dyscalculia.html

https://www.understood.org/en/school-learning/evaluations/types-of-tests/test-for-dyscalculia

https://contact.org.uk/medical-information/conditions/d/dyscalculia/

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