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Date Posted: 06:44:32 12/29/10 Wed
In reply to: Nicki 's message, "Studying a degree with dyslexia" on 13:58:10 12/28/10 Tue

i have completed my degree with Dyslexia - and now i'm moving onto Primary teacher training and both of my universities have helped with diagnosing my Dyslexia - my first university organised my assessment and they paid for it too - speak to you student support at the open university and see if they can help - i can supply you with the educational psychologist they gave to my and his prices were cheaper than 500., but try open university first

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Russel Van Brocklen (Happy)
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Date Posted: 11:37:04 02/01/11 Tue

I am dyslexic and went through college a work in graduate school. For your issue of remembering about what you wrote for reading and writing, I have created two programs on these issues.

The first was presented to the New York City Branch of the International Dyslexia Association in 2006; the second should be presented in 2012.

You will need a tutor, a person that works in the university help center for English would be ideal. It would take me one to two days to train them, and about 150 hours of working with you.

After this your writing level would be at the college level, and your reading level at the graduate school level. You would not have a problem remembering what you read or wrote anymore.

Please contact me for assistance at:



Russel Van Brocklen



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Eva Barrib
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Date Posted: 09:42:26 07/14/11 Thu

Many people with Dyslexia complete University degrees. It takes a lot of hard work and effort, but it well worth it.
Good luck!
What is Dyslexia

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Becks (:))
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Date Posted: 08:26:54 07/19/11 Tue

To all those who are thinking of doing a Degree/Masters, I would encourage you to follow your dreams and dont let anything stops you. I have completed both BSc and a MSc degrees with a smile on my face. I am dyslexia and proud of it, its not been easy and I have had to face many challenges to get were I am. Everyday is a task but I love the thought of knowing that I have two pieces of paper that I have worked really hard to get.....so to all of you out there GO FOR IT and enjoy every moment of it.....xxx

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