Psychoeducational Assessment

With the academic year coming to an end, many students are taking a breath after weeks of studying and exams, as they anxiously await report cards.  Was it particularly difficult to study this time? Were the exams very challenging? Did the information seem overwhelming? As the academic material becomes more and more complex, many students experience learning difficulties in areas that were once easy for them.

A psychoeducational assessment might help to identify any learning difficulties, learning style, academic strengths and weaknesses, as well as provide recommendations for remedial programs (e.g. to improve reading, writing, mathematics, comprehension, memory or executive functioning skills) and suggest accommodations (e.g. additional time during exams).