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Assistance with Testing Accommodations Request
Students with learning differences or mental or physical health issues may qualify for accommodations when taking standardized tests (e.g., SAT, PSAT, ACT). The policies and procedures for obtaining accommodations can be difficult to navigate, and students often benefit from the support of our educational counselors. In cooperation with your student’s high school, PrepMatters can help ensure that the documentation sent to testing organizations is robust enough to provide useful context, concise enough to be efficiently handled and submitted on time. If you're unsure how to navigate the accommodations request process or if your request has been denied, PrepMatters can help you determine the best course of action for acquiring testing accommodations. Please fill out the form below so our counselors have the best information to help you and your student. )
Which of the following is already in place for your student at school?
School-designed accommodation plan
Which of the following has your student been diagnosed with?
Learning disabilities (e.g., dyslexia, executive functioning disorder)
Psychiatric disorders (e.g., mood disorder, anxiety, mental illness)
Autism, developmental delays
Speech language delays
Traumatic brain injuries
Which accommodations does your student currently get at school?
Small group / private testing
Large-type test booklet
Mark in the booklet
Typing or scribe for essays
Please describe the history of your student's disabilities, including informal observations from before official diagnosis and testing.
Please describe how the accommodations process has gone for you so far.
Please add anything else we should know.