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Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. I think I'm dyslexic, what should I do?
Talk to the Effective Learning Advisor in your department or contact Debbie Hill in the Student Wellbeing Services to make an appointment for a screening test.
Q2. I need some help with costs arising from my disability/support needs. How do I apply for Disabled Students Allowance?
Contact Debbie Hill Disabilities Advisor via The Base to make an appointment.
Q3. I need to make adapted exam arrangements because of a disability or dyslexia, what should I do?
Do make sure that you make an appointment via The Base well in advance to see Debbie Hill and bring along a copy of your psychologist/medical report she will then make the necessary arrangements for you.
Q4. I cannot seem to keep up with the reading/coursework. What can I do?
There is a wealth of information and advice on the Student Learning Development Centre webpage. If you are still worried,talk to the Effective Learning Advisor in your department or email email@example.com for advice.