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End your frustration by helping your child go from ADHD or ADD to A’s in the shortest possible time. Don’t spend another day fearful and worried about how your child who is kinesthetic or has ADHD or ADD will succeed in school, career, or life.

In this ground-breaking book, accelerated learning and reading expert Ricki Linksman shares with you the little-known brain-based secrets on how to use their need for activity to achieve “A” grades in school and improve reading levels and test scores.

Join countless relieved, happy parents who have enjoyed these easy, fun-filled movement and game activities to focus their children’s attention and concentration on learning. Help your child of any age (pre-K-12 or college) use his or her brain’s fastest way of learning to improve in memory, reading comprehension, phonics, study and test-taking skills to master any subject. Studies have proven that schools that used these award-winning techniques raised students’ reading levels on average from two to five grades levels above their age in less than a school year.

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“My child has made tremendous gains in a short time. His self-esteem has risen dramatically.”
-A.P, Parent, Naperville

“My 10th grade son went from grades of ‘F’s” and ‘D’s’ to ‘A’s’ in 4 weeks. His study skills, comprehension, and memory has improved tremendously.”
-Parent, Westmont

“In 6 months, my 4th grade child, who was reading 3 years below level, came up to grade level and is doing well in school.”
-Parent, Lisle

“I have learned so much about how to help my son and about learning styles in general. I have to say that the frustration level when doing homework or reading has gone down dramatically.
-M.H., Chicago

Ask the Reading Expert: Low Scores on State Reading Test

ask the reading expertQuestion: My son’s state reading test scores are low. When I listen to him read, he stumbles over many words. How can I find out what the problem is and what can I do to help him?

Answer: There are four main areas that could be causing his problem: phonics, reading comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency.

A reading diagnosis needs to be made to determine: a) whether he can sound out or decode the words at the level at which the text is; b) whether he understands the vocabulary words at that level; c) whether he comprehends what he reads; or d) whether he can read fast enough to complete the test in the given time.

I suggest that you select a book at his grade level and listen to him read to you. If he is struggling with many words, then a more thorough reading diagnosis needs to be made to determine which of the above four reasons are causing the problem. Once that is determined, then he can get help in the appropriate area.

Keys to Reading Success can help you do all of this at home with its easy-to-use, online reading diagnostic test.

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Test Writers Intentionally Try to Trick Students

Test Hazard SignsDID YOU KNOW? Test writers for the ACT and other standardized tests have been specially trained to create questions with answer choices that are designed to trip up students. But when students know the tricks being used and learn how to avoid them, both their scores and their confidence levels increase.

National Reading Diagnostic Institute’s founder, Ricki Linksman, is a former expert test writer and author of numerous books on reading comprehension, memory, and advanced learning techniques. Since 1993, she and her expert teachers have been showing students how to outsmart the test writers with her unique, behind-the-scenes ACT Test Prep courses.

Next course starts this Thursday, June 21 in Lisle, IL. Learn more and register your teen for this specialized 4-week course:

Last Chance! Prep for the July 14, 2018 ACT

Teen at deskDon’t let the test writers trick your teen! We teach students to avoid the sneaky test-taking pitfalls.

Since 1993, National Reading Diagnostics Institute has been helping K-12 students accelerate reading comprehension and increase test scores. Founder, Ricki Linksman, is the author of numerous books on reading and advanced learning techniques.

Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm
June 21, 28 & July 5, 12
650 Warrenville Rd., Ste. 100, Lisle, IL 60532

  • Small group (max 10 students)
  • Specially trained instructors
  • Take-home skill sheets
  • Practice tests

ACT Test Prep Sprint: $199
Summer Bonus: Receive a FREE license to take our online learning styles assessment ($49 value)

“My daughter went to NRDI for this prep course in her kinesthetic, right brain learning style and got a perfect score on the English ACT. She also got into the college of her choice with a $25,000 per year scholarship!” – J.O., Wheaton Parent

“My 10th grade son went from grades of ‘F’s’ and ‘D’s’ to ‘A’s’ in 4 weeks. His study skills, comprehension, and memory has improved tremendously.” – Parent from Westmont, IL

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New NRDI Location in Lisle, IL


New NRDI Location in Lisle, IL

National Reading Diagnostics Institute is pleased to announce a NEW LOCATION in Lisle, IL. This is in addition to our Naperville office where we’ve been since 1993.

Stay tuned for announcements about upcoming classes at this new location that will help K-12 and college students improve reading comprehension, memory, and test-taking skills in the shortest possible time.

New Location: 650 Warrenville Rd., Ste. 100, Lisle, IL 60532

Contact us for more information: | 630-717-4221