The BHK test

Handwriting disorder (termed dysgraphia) is a far from a singular problem as nearly 8.6% of the population in France is considered dysgraphic. With the increase of cognitive demands of school work, handwriting rapidly becomes a limiting task for these children, who cannot handle simultaneous tasks such as handwriting, grammar, orthography, and composition, and who may thus rapidly face general learning difficulties. It is therefore crucial to detect and remediate handwriting difficulties as soon as possible.

At the moment, the detection of dysgraphia is performed through a standard test called BHK. This detection is laborious because of its high cost and subjectivity.