This question is mostly aimed at members here who have been officially tested and diagnosed with dyscalculia. Throughout my life, people have suggested I might have dyscalculia, but whenever I have looked into getting tested, I'm always told that having a dyscalculia diagnosis is pointless because barely anyone has heard of it. I also get told that dyscalculia on its own without dyslexia is uncommon, and as such not many places test for dyscalculia by itself, but a lot of places test for dyslexia. So, I have a few questions for people that are diagnosed with dyscalculia. First, has being diagnosed helped you in anyway? If yes, how? How long did it take you to get a diagnosis? At what age were you first diagnosed? How did it take you to get a diagnosis, and what did you have to do to get there? What advice do you have for someone like me who thinks they may have it? :help: Thoughts?