Dealing with information is your biggest challenge as a dyslexic and/or dyspraxic student at university or college. Most dyslexic/dyspraxic students are aware that they work much harder than their friends without an SpLD and are not always rewarded with the grades they think they deserve. Dyslexia affects how well you can process information, and your short-term memory means it takes time to learn effectively. Given time, you can deal with information effectively. If you are dyspraxic, you may be able to process information efficiently but the issue is how to organise or use it.
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