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Accommodation For The SAT

I have a daughter who may never be able to do well a "bubble" test, due to vision issues.  (However, she is not legally blind.)  What sort of a paper trail of her trips to vision specialists, etc. should I be keeping so she can get accommodations on her college admissions tests?
~ Janet on the blog

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Dear Janet,
I’m not exactly sure about what to do about a paper trail,  but I know where to find the answer.  The College Board® is used to dealing with students that have a variety of conditions that may require accommodation on the test.   Do some research first, by reading this page on the College Board® website, and following all the links until you become reasonably knowledgeable.

http://www.collegeboard.com/ssd/student/index.html

After reading that page, contact The College Board®.  Work the problem now, to start the process. I know that the process can take a while, so give yourself  a LOT of time.

I hope that will help!

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