Study Tips for College Students with Dyscalculia
Dyscalculia is a learning disability characterized by persistent difficulties grasping and retaining mathematical concepts. In the DSM-V, dyscalculia is officially known as ”specific learning disability with impairment in mathematics.” However, ”dyscalculia” is still considered correct terminology. In most cases, dyscalculia symptoms present in early childhood and notably impact how students manage their elementary and secondary education. According to researchers, around 5-7 percent of elementary-aged children are estimated to have dyscalculia.