Obtaining Accommodations on the SAT Examination
In Order to obtain accommodations on the SAT Examination, a student must first apply for accommodations. College Board has a unique application process that must be completed roughly 2 months before the examination. To start this process, please email me and I will help you through the process. Below you will find some helpful frequently asked questions that should clarify and questions you may have.
Q.) If my son/daughter has a 504 plan or IEP are they automatically qualified for extended time?
A) No. College board has their own specific criteria for determining eligibility. A student must have full cognitive and achievement tests completed within the last 5 years. Even with the up to date testing, a student is not guaranteed the approval by college board.
Q) What if my son/daughter has a note from a doctor that they have a diagnosed disability?
A) The only way to apply for accommodations is with the previously mentioned testing.
Q) What is my son/daughter needs accommodations because of a medical condition?
A) Students with medical conditions can apply for accommodations. In order to apply, a doctors note is needed clarifying the diagnosed disability and the accommodations required. Note: Extended time will not be granted for a medical condition.