Test Accommodations

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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ensures that individuals with disabilities can fairly compete for and pursue such opportunities by requiring testing entities to offer exams accessible to persons with disabilities.

Did you know that even if you have a history of academic success, you may still be a person with a disability entitled to testing accommodations under the ADA?

A history of academic success does not mean that you do not have a disability that requires testing accommodations. Testing entities must ensure that the test scores of individuals with disabilities accurately reflect the aptitude, achievement level, or skill the exam or test intends to measure.

Under the ADA, you may qualify if you have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a significant life activity (such as seeing, hearing, learning, reading, concentrating, or thinking) or a primary bodily function (such as the neurological, endocrine, or digestive system).

We conduct Biopsychosocial assessments that are limited to the need for the requested testing accommodation. This includes a summary of tailored information describing your mental disability and needs for the requested testing accommodation. Appropriate documentation will vary depending on the nature of the disability and the specific testing accommodation requested, and outcomes may vary.

The cost of this service is $175

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