The CODY test is a tablet- or computer-based test of dyslexia and mathematical abilities that focuses on four aspects relevant to dyscalculia: core markers, number processing, calculation, and spatial working memory. It accurately compares your child to other children in the same grade level. The CODY test was developed by scientists at the University of Münster and standardized with several thousand children.
The results of the CODY test are also drawn on in order to customize your child’s training. Based on the results, a training profile is selected that defines the focus for the next 30 days of training.
CODY Test results are reported in the form of percentile ranks. These indicate how well a child compares to other children of the same grade level. A percentile rank of 10 means that a child achieves a better result than 10 percent of children in the comparison group. A percentile rank of 10 also means the result was poorer than 90 percent of children in the comparison group. An average child would receive a percentile rank of 50.