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Any users recommend read&write for exam access?

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by inceywincey, Dec 9, 2015.

  1. inceywincey

    inceywincey Occasional commenter

    Thinking of buying this software for school. It looks fantastic. Does anyone use it or know of similar, cheaper alternatives?
    Thank you.
  2. camptownraces

    camptownraces New commenter

    We use it at school. Very happy with it. Support from the supplier is good, registered trainers available if you need them.
    Price may not be as high as it seems - you get an indefinite licence, it doesn't have to be renewed annually.
  3. becsdawson

    becsdawson New commenter

    We have just used it for our mocks and seemed to work well. I am certain more students used the software than would previously have put their hand up and asked an invigilator to read for them. And there is so much more than just the exam setting, I am nagging teachers to use it regularly
  4. SIB13

    SIB13 New commenter

    Installed in all computers in Aberdeenshire to help address the needs of students with dyslexic tendancies.
  5. inceywincey

    inceywincey Occasional commenter

    Thank you. Sounds good.

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