You may be dyslexic if you
- read slowly and with much effort,
- are often the one to solve the problem,
- can’t spell; have messy handwriting,
- your writing shows terrific imagination,
- have trouble remembering dates and names,
- think out-of-the-box, grasp the big picture,
- have difficulty retrieving and pronouncing spoken words, and/or
- have excellent vocabulary and ideas.
From the Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity. Find out more at www.dyslexic.yale.edu.