Applying for Testing Accommodations: START EARLY!

If your child has ever been diagnosed with a learning disability or a medical issue that affects their learning or currently receives accommodations such as extended time or use of a computer at school, then start thinking early about applying for accommodations for the SAT or ACT. The most important message is Start Early! Starting early means 9th or 10th grade.Case Study: Realizing The Need Late ...

New College Board Policy Means Easier Access To Testing Accommodations

The College Board has revised its policy for applying for testing accommodations, making it easier for eligible students to receive the support they need on the PSAT, SAT, SAT Subject tests and AP exams.Beginning January 1, 2017 most students who are approved for and are using testing accommodations at their school (through an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan) will be approved when ...

Start Early: Applying for Test Accommodations

Rebecca KenneyIf your child has ever been diagnosed with a learning disability or a medical issue that affects his learning or currently receives accommodations such as extended time or use of a computer at school, then start thinking early about applying for accommodations for the SAT or ACT. The most important message is Start Early! Starting early means ninth grade.Case Study: Realizing the Need ...

A Call for Help May Be The Secret To College Success

Why is asking for help so hard? The expectations of college are much different from high school. Students are in class less often and are expected to study independently. There are no parents around reminding them to do their work or get a head start on the paper. This is a particular challenge for students who have relied on tutors, a learning center or other academic resources during high school. ...

How to Access Accommodations in College

If you are a senior, you have recently made a big decision and placed a deposit at the college of your choice. Amidst the whirlwind of activities leading to graduation, remember the important step of planning for your transition to college. If you have received support or accommodations during high school for a learning difference, or health or physical disability, here are the steps you should take: Visit ...
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