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When being a student we can be so overwhelmed with the amount of work that is required of us that we perhaps struggle to identify the study skills challenges that we are experiencing thus missing out on essential support that could really make a difference to our lives especially when we have a specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia.
Under-graduates reading this post will find some great tips for understanding what is happening for them and finding out what they can do to get support.
There is a wealth of useful content available for Dyslexic students who want to continue to educate themselves on how dyslexia affects studying. For undergraduates where there is access to the Disabled Students Allowance and assistive technology, suppliers of software are taking a more supportive approach to their marketing by sharing meaningful information that helps. One company in particular is notetaking company, Sonocent who share useful content via their blog.
Exams are looming and if you are a dyslexic thinker you may be experiencing some anxiety surrounding studying and revision. This article will give you five recommendations for settling the mind so that you can be more focused, calm and be able to absolutely nail what you need to do.
In this article, students who struggle with studying at higher education, who may or may not be diagnosed with dyslexia (or other SpLD) will find the single most important factor that will make them successful on their course.
Understand more about how anxiety affects students with Dyslexia and other SEND.