In order to qualify for accommodations on standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT or graduate school entrance examinations, you will need to have taken a full neuropsychological evaluation with added academic testing.
Due to an increase in the number of applications for accommodations, examination companies have become very stringent about granting such requests. In fact, even if you’ve been granted accommodations in the past, your evaluation will be considered outdated if it’s more than three years old. We at IAS have experience in the application process and understand what tests are required to successfully obtain an accommodation. As one client noted, it seems ironic that people with cognitive deficits are asked to navigate the often confusing, time consuming, and involved process of requesting accommodations. Let us help you.
And similarly, we are skilled at interfacing with the specific school departments tasked with granting accommodations to students with cognitive disabilities or disorders.