If you need support for dyslexia or think you might have dyslexia, or another learning difficulty such as dyspraxia or dyscalculia.
Finding out if you have dyslexia
Think you might have dyslexia or another learning difficulty? The Learning Support Service offers a screening service to establish whether you have a learning difficulty and what support might suit you.
Special exam and course arrangements
If you are diagnosed with dyslexia or another specific learning difficulty, such as dyspraxia or dyscalculia, the Learning Support Service will help you get the support you need to make the most of your studies. This could include:
- Extra time in examinations
- Extended library loans
- Letter to Personal Tutor and Welfare Tutor outlining other reasonable adjustments required
- Use of a digital recorder
- Specialist one to one tuition
If you feel this support might benefit you, the Learning Support Team should be your first port of call.
Study skills and effective learning
The Effective Learning website gives study skills advice and information specially tailored for students with dyslexia or other learning difficulties.
Other support available
The Learning Support Service offers further support such as help with Disabled Students' Allowance applications, resources to help you prepare to study, and specialist one-to-one tuition.