College Students seeking support or accommodations in the GRE’s, MCAT’s, DAT’s, LSAT’s and other exams

Do you feel like you often don’t have enough time to demonstrate your mastery of the material in college?

Are you concerned that you may have an undiagnosed learning disability that is holding you back in school?

Do you feel like you have not been able to live up to your academic potential?

Are you a “bad test-taker”?

Have you been diagnosed with, or suspect you might have ADHD or other learning disabilities that are affecting your performance?

You may be eligible for accommodations through your school’s department for students with disabilities, which can help you maximize your potential. Even if you have been tested as a child, colleges and universities generally require recent reports to qualify for accommodations even if you have previously been eligible.

Some accommodations may include things like extra time on college exams, as well as entrance exams for graduate school, such as the GRE, GMAT, DAT, LSAT, MCAT, AHPAT, OAT, PCAT, VCAT, and the WTMA. As you approach the end of your professional studies, you may also be eligible for accommodations on licensing and certification exams such as the EPPP, CPA, FE, NCLEX, PRAXIS, bar exams, securities series exams, etc.

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