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Dyscalculia Success Story: From “Extremely Low” to “Average” in Math

Madelline was diagnosed with dyscalculia. Dyscalculia is a learning disorder that affects a person’s ability to understand number-based information and math. 

A neuropsychological assessment was done 15 months before her parents enrolled her in the Edublox Program (Development Tutor and Live Tutor). Below are the results of Madelline’s math scores on the Wechsler Individual Achievement Test, Third Edition (WIAT-III). She tested in the 3rd percentile (very low) for Mathematics and on the 1st percentile (extremely low) for Math Fluency:  

Below is an example of Madelline’s math work right before she started the Edublox Program. From this example, it is clear that she was still struggling at the time:

Below is her STAR math test score six months into the Edublox Program. She tested in the 15th percentile:

Madelline’s neuropsychological reassessed her eight months after she began the Edublox Program. Below are the results of her math scores on the WIAT-III. She now tested in the 19th percentile (average) for Mathematics and in the 30th percentile (average) for Math Fluency:

The neuropsychologist wrote:

Below is Madelline’s STAR math test score after being on the program for ten months and six months after Edublox was discontinued. She now tested in the 41st percentile: