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Leicestershire Dyslexic Support in Leicester and Leicestershire
Now children, I would like to tell you of the success of some of our students, is said by Professor Muse to a group of children at the association, a cartoon image

Eric Green's Success Story

I was diagnosed with dyslexia from a very early age and started attending classes during the weekend to help with my basic spelling, grammar and punctuation, the areas in which I was having the greatest problems. This help continued throughout primary school and most of my secondary school, where I also attended extra lesson within my academic syllabus. Finally during the last years of my secondary school and Sixth Form College I attended private classes that were more specific for the course requirements I had.

I sat my GCSE's where I gained nine GCSE's with grades ranging from A to C and attained a place at a sixth form college. During my A Level I studied a wide range of courses including three A Level course and two AS Level courses from which I gain pass grade in all but one of my courses. Currently I am studying at Essex University for my degree of BSC Financial Economics and will hopefully graduate this summer (Summer 2005, webmaster note).

Some good news, Eric has passed his Degree (added on 3/8/05).

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