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It may be that you have problems understanding numbers, solving calculations or understanding spatial concepts due to dyscalculia. Do you have dyscalculia and are studying at Fontys? Then take a quick look below to see where Fontys can help you.
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What is it? 

Dyscalculia is a learning disability in the field of arithmetic and is characterised by persistent problems with learning and the fluent and accurate recall and application of arithmetic and mathematical knowledge. Computerisation of arithmetic operations does not occur or occurs with great difficulty. Dyscalculia is not related to intelligence, but to the way the brain processes information. 

What can you do yourself?  
  • If you would benefit from exam facilities (such as extra time), make an appointment with a student counselor. Make sure you have a statement of your diagnosis with you for inspection;
  • Keep practising maths.

Contact team Student Guidance

  • If your disability is an actual impediment to your study progress or you would like to arrange exam facilities, please book an appointment with a student counsellor.