I'm not exactly sure about what to do, but I know where to find the answer:
I would read that page and then contact The College Board now, to start the process. I only know that the process can take a while, so give yourself a LOT of time.
I hope that will help!
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?
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