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Some of the different Dyslexia Tests used in Europe

There is no standard measurement, or standard test, of dyslexia in Europe. Assessors in different countries and regions use different tests, or a collection of tests, in their assessment of dyslexia. Here you will find the most commonly used tests that we have found in the countries covered by our studies, and an explanation of how they are used.
Access Reading tests
This test can be used to assess progress in reading at regular intervals using two sets of parallel forms, designed for repeat testing.
Bender Visual-Motor Gestalt Test
Assesses visual-motor functioning, developmental disorders, and neurological impairments in children ages 3 and older and adults.
Comprehensive Test of Phonological Processing
This test helps evaluate phonological processing abilities as a prerequisite to reading fluency.
Denver Development Screening Test
This test provides a simple method of screening for evidences of slow development in infants and preschool children.
Feifer Assesment of Reading
Provides a comprehensive assessment of reading and related processes.
Gray Oral Reading Test
This is one of the most widely used measures of oral reading fluency and comprehension for native English speakers.
Illinois Test of Psycholinguistic Abilities
is an effective measure of children's spoken and written language.
Dysmate/literate dyslexiatesting are developed to unveil reading- and writing-difficultys in kids, youth and adults. Its a screening-test that can be performed on one person or a group.
Logos is a test used for mapping reading-ability and diagnosing dyslexia. LOGOS is a digital test, that tests for Reading Fluency, Decoding, Reading and listening comprehension, working memory and spelling.
Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test
is a norm-referenced and individually administered measure of receptive vocabulary.
Test for assessing prereading and prewriting skills
A screening test that measures the language readiness for reading and writing.
Each stage of a student's education has different assessment guidelines. Likewise, this tool has different specific guidelines that can help teachers deal with these students in the classroom and help them in different aspects of learning that may be more difficult for them.
The aspects evaluated are the knowledge of spelling rules, accentuation and phoneme-grapheme conversion, the use of capital letters and punctuation marks, knowledge of spelling and text planning.
It evaluates reading ability and cognitive processes.It has individual and collective applications.
Rapid Automatized Naming and Rapid Alternating Stimulus Tests
The RAN and RAS Tests are considered to be the "gold standard" of naming tests. They are an important addition to any prediction battery or diagnostic assessment of oral and written language.
Ravens Progressive Matrices
A nonverbal ability test used to assess abstract reasoning. Administrated both group or individually
Standardized Test of Decoding and Spelling
Testing the writing under the spectrum of Specific Learning Difficulties.
The purpose of the assessment using this material is to identify a child's level of proficiency in reading aloud, comprehension, and handwriting skills as well as to detect specific deficiencies in both reading and writing
A Language Processing Skills Assessment
Assesses skills across three intersecting areas: phonological processing, auditory memory and listening comprehension. 
Test of Written language
It is a norm-referenced, comprehensive diagnostic test of written expression.
Test of Word Reading Efficiency
TOWRE-2 is a measure of an individual's ability to pronounce printed words (Sight Word Efficiency) and phonemically regular nonwords (Phonemic Decoding Efficiency) accurately and fluently.
The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children
Provides a comprehensive diagnostic assessment of a child's educational and cognitive strengths and weaknesses;
The Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Cognitive Abilities
This is a valid and reliable assessment tool of both cognitive abilities and achievement among children and adults.
York Assessment for Reading Comprehension
This is an individually administered reading assessment that allows you to closely observe a pupil’s reading behaviours, strengths and areas for development.