We provide specialized psychoeducational assessments that help individuals qualify for accommodations on standardized graduate admissions exams, such as the GMAT, GRE, LSAT and MCAT.
If you have Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Learning and Cognitive Disorders, or certain Psychological Disabilities that can affect your ability to perform on these types of standardized entrance exams, you may qualify for a variety of accommodations available for test takers with disabilities. The most common accommodations include:
- Additional testing time: 50 percent (time and one-half) or 100 percent (double time)
- Additional rest breaks or extended rest breaks, which can be used for medication, snacks, trips to the restroom, etc.
- A reader who can read items to you
- A recorder who can record your responses
- JAWS software or Zoom Text
Each exam has their own list of available accommodations, but almost all require test-takers to follow a set of accommodation request procedures. These procedures typically include having a professional, such as a clinical psychologist or educational psychologist, conduct an updated assessment of current functioning. The evaluation must provide a clear DSM or ICD-10 diagnosis and a detailed description of how the reported symptoms affect the test taker’s ability to function in academic, occupation and social settings.
For more information and to book an assessment, please email Dr. Valentin directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Documentation Requirements and Guidelines
Here are some links to the accommodation documentation and evaluation guidelines for the GMAT, GRE, LSAT and MCAT:
- GMAT Handbook Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities
- GMAT Documentation Guidelines for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- GMAT Documentation Guidelines for Learning and Cognitive Disorders
- GMAT Documentation Guidelines for Psychological Disabilities
- GRE Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-related Needs
- LSAT Documentation Requirements for Test Takers with Disability
- MCAT Evaluation Requirements for Documenting Learning Disabilities, ADD/ADHD, and/or Psychiatric Disabilities