How to Finish a Story in Common Entrance Exams with Dyslexia

A special story writing program to learn a simple visual organising process for story telling

What if your child could finish writing a story on time in the Common Entrance exam, with dyslexia or ADHD?

Imagine they could instantly turn their story into a visual essay plan during the exam and finish writing it on time?

Imagine you had the ability to help your child write a story independently?  Without you having to constantly remind them what to do next? How much of your time would it free up? How much happier would your child be a school? How much more confident will they be leading up to the exam?

Hi, I’m Darius, and these are the questions I used to ask myself as well because I have dyslexia. I’m also the parent of two children with dyslexia, and I teach dyslexic, ADHD and creative thinkers get their stories out their head and write them down on time even with exam conditions with a visual, fun and engaging way.

Children with Dyslexia or ADHD need a way to

Discover a Fun, Visual Process to Write and Finish a Story Independently.

£ GBP
$ USD

How to Finish Your Story on Time

BASIC

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SAVE (1)

How to Finish A Story in the Exam

INTERMEDIATE

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SAVE (2)

Go for an "A" in the Exam

INTENSIVE

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With dyslexia, writing and finishing a story feels like an impossible task for children and parents. It’s an established fact that writing stories takes 2-3x as long for individuals with dyslexia and often the story isn’t properly finished.

The thought of writing a story in exam conditions can seem impossible. The problem is your child probably has great stories to share but they are using the school’s standard way of planning stories that simply don’t fit their imaginative and visual minds.

Unfortunately, getting a hyper-creative individual with dyslexia or ADHD to write a story outline isn’t as easy as writing a bullet point list or following a linear scaffold.

A crucial process is missing

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Without this process, your child ends up wasting precious time in the exam working out what to write! They waste 15 minutes trying to choose a question and create a linear essay ‘outline’ which takes forever to do, so they abandon it, panic and start to write an improvised story frantically to get enough down to show the examiner their abilities.

Unfortunately what happens is they go off topic and fail to present a cohesive “Begining, Middle and End”.

With no proper “Ending” or resolution to their story they don’t get access to 30% of the marks for the ‘ending’ section.

It doesn’t matter how good their beginning and middle are, they don’t get access to the marks for the ‘ending’. Which means they often fail the story telling challenge, when story telling is their gift!

Extra english tutoring, or vocabulary, scaffolding systems, or example stories only give very marginal benefits if they don’t finish the story on time. Other accommodations for dyslexia like a keyboard, scribe, reader or extra time only make marginal benefits when your mind is confused and doesn’t have a clear story plan.

If they learnt to finish the story on time with their current abilities or accommodations I bet they would get an immediate grade level increase.

But, teaching a child with dyslexia to get that story out their head and organize it can be incredibly frustrating for both of you, and the best of English teachers.

Why? Because its not an English problem, it’s an organisation problem!

Like you, I struggled with helping my child do this. I struggled myself too! Until I found the missing link.

Join us on a free demo talk on

Finishing a Story in Common Entrance Exams with Dyslexia

An online talk to know more about a simple visual organising process for story writing and telling

Monday | 30th Nov at 7:00 – 8:30pm London

(2pm New York  |  12pm Denver  |  11am Los Angeles)

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The missing link:

A simple visual organising process

What’s missing is a visual way to organise their thoughts, give it framework and turn it into a story with a proper structure and ending.

At BulletMap Academy, we teach parents and children this simple visual process designed for children with dyslexia to write a story in less than 45 min, when it would normally take them 90 min! All it takes is a pen and paper, and a few fun hours to practice how to plan this way.

I want to share this to as many children as possible that’s why we are going to take in a new cohort of students to experience our 8 hour training online, with one to one coaching.

The parents and children who have done this were able to almost INSTANTLY double how fast their child got through story writing. And with 3 or 4 practices of this process, they could do it in a Common Entrance exam.

I've opened up 10 slots on our Academy for new students

It is perfectly tailored for children with dyslexia or ADHD based on our three pillars finding a good system, getting personal coaching, and learning from motivated friends.

Anyone who you join this program will be running this program over the next eight weeks it’s our Christmas and New Year kick starter program for getting ready for the new year.

You’ll be committing:

  • Video Training: Go through the 8 hours of training online at your own pace.
  • Coaching Sessions: Meet up with your coach for 25 minutes at your convenience at any point within the next eight weeks
  • Study Group: Meet up with other children for only 25 minutes a week and see what they’re doing.

One of the things that we value a lot in these training courses is that it’s great to meet other people and be motivated by other children your own age. So, we’re going to put together small groups of children that meet on Zoom with a facilitator to talk about what they’re doing and how they’re going with the program. 

The BulletMap Academy

STORY WRITING PROGRAM

£ GBP
$ USD

How to Finish Your Story on Time

BASIC

Cute Bandaid Get Well Soon Card (31)
SAVE (1)

How to Finish A Story in the Exam

INTERMEDIATE

Cute Bandaid Get Well Soon Card (32)
SAVE (2)

Go for an "A" in the Exam

INTENSIVE

Cute Bandaid Get Well Soon Card (30)

So, now it’s your turn to decide. Say yes, and let me prove our system works.

We do other specific workshops for teen exams, students and adults so we don’t run this one often. You will not find this system taught anywhere else like this.

Speaking as one parent of a dyslexic child to another. I know what it’s like. I’m throwing both of you a life line.

If you’re ready for something like this and would consider paying for some tutoring, sign up for this intro talk, it’s free and see if its for you.

What people say about the BulletMap…

Megan and her son Wyatt sharing their breakthrough with the BulletMap..

Deb and 10 year old Jack shared how the BulletMap helped them..

If there’s even a chance that this could completely help your child finish writing a story in exam condition… isn’t it worth checking it out for free?

Reserve your spot for this Story Telling Program. I promise it’ll be worth it.

Children with Dyslexia or ADHD need a way to

Write and Finish Stories with Dyslexia in an Exam Condition 

£ GBP
$ USD

How to Finish Your Story on Time

BASIC

Cute Bandaid Get Well Soon Card (31)
SAVE (1)

How to Finish A Story in the Exam

INTERMEDIATE

Cute Bandaid Get Well Soon Card (32)
SAVE (2)

Go for an "A" in the Exam

INTENSIVE

Cute Bandaid Get Well Soon Card (30)
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