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(Guardian, (27.11.2010 ) I am dyspraxic. I've always excelled in literacy but struggled endlessly with maths, visual-spatial skills and co-ordination. I slid through GCSE Maths with a D, despite extra tuition... When I once forgot to write my name on a geometry test paper, the teacher said she understood why I'd want to remain anonymous. It was a relief to know there was a valid reason why, despite good teaching & hard work, I couldn't grasp certain skills. Except it wasn't a relief for long. Within the job market, the things I'm weakest at practical work, numeracy, science, high-level administration are the most valued
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