“Small” accommodations, such as extended time, a distraction-free room, or a short break can get you on a level playing field for exams. Have you have been running out of time on practice tests or performing much better in less stressful situations stress? If so, consider getting an evaluation.
Extended time on the SAT, ACT, GMAT, LSAT, GRE, MCAT, and other standardized tests
Depending on the results of the evaluation, you might qualify for a range of accommodations. The most common accommodation is extra time. Other accommodations can include having a reader, permission to use a computer, a scribe, breaks, or a quiet room. Getting accommodations for standardized tests takes a long time, so it is important to reach out to a qualified psychologist as soon as you can.
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Expert evaluation is part of the process for getting extended time or other test accommodations. Different tests have different requirements.
- SAT: Information to Help You Provide Supporting Documentation, Information for Students With a Learning Disorder, Information for Students With ADHD
- ACT: ACT Policy for Accomodations
- GMAT: GMAT Test Accommodations Online Request Form
- GRE: GRE Bulletin For Test Takers with Disabilities
- LSAT: Guidelines for Documentation of Cognitive Impairments for the LSAT
- MCAT: Guidelines for Documenting Accommodation Need for The MCAT
- New Jersey Bar Exam: Overview Of Steps To Request Testing Accommodations
- New York Bar Exam: Test Accommodations Handbook
Helping talented students get a fair deal is one of the most rewarding parts of my work. Reach out today to hear more about educational testing. Find out if you are eligible for extra time and other accommodations on standardized tests. Call now for a free 15 minute consultation, or just fill out the contact form and click Send.
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The stakes are high. If you are eligible for an accommodation, testing with Dr. Winarick can be the first step towards extra time on standardized tests for college (SAT and ACT), business school (GMAT), medical school (MCAT), law school (LSAT), graduate programs (GRE), and bar exams.Please like and share this post!