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    I am in my first year of uni studying adult nursing and I am struggling with everything academically, I use to get extra time (25%) when I was doing my GSCE's and Alevels. I use to also go to extra sessions when I was in high school and sixth form to improve my writing, reading and spelling skills. Does this mean that I have dyslexia?.
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    (Original post by Sofee97)
    I am in my first year of uni studying adult nursing and I am struggling with everything academically, I use to get extra time (25%) when I was doing my GSCE's and Alevels. I use to also go to extra sessions when I was in high school and sixth form to improve my writing, reading and spelling skills. Does this mean that I have dyslexia?.
    I d presume they may have screened you in the past if you had extra sessions so I d say go to student support and ask for a dyslexia assessment to find out for sure
 
 
 
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