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Can you tell me how to get tested for dyslexia as an adult?

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Dr. Christina Watson
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Dyslexia testing: Dyslexia needs to be diagnosed by a psychologist who is knowledgeable about learning differences. IQ, academic, and phonological processing will all need to be assessed.
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