Until 2008 SuperReading had shown amazing results, but had not been tested by independent, professional researchers. 84% of the dyslexic students finished with higher scores than university professors. Subsequent courses saw all graduates scoring higher than non-dyslexic students without SuperReading. The Italian study also showed the same results, both before and after translation into Italian. .
Dr. Cooper applied rigorous statistical analysis to our testing methodology. His control group of professors actually scored lower over time. It was expected they could have improved due to testing familiarity. They did not. They received the same instruction as the learning group on their first day before any tools were taught. This ruled out any increases due to chance or knowing what to expect