I assumed I would go through the process to get accommodations for Kayla when she took the SAT or ACT (she is taking the PSAT tomorrow with none). But.. I didn't realize that my son, who is in 7th grade and who has been in the gifted program will be taking the ACT this year. I went to register him for the test and there was a line that said.. Services for students with disabilities (this includes student with diabetes). And that it has to be done differently (and at less cost) So.. my thought is that I didn't want to do this for Noah since #1, he isn't on insulin. (that is the big reason) but the dr keeps telling us.. soon, soon he will have to be. But as of now.. he does get high (200's to 300's) for short periods of time, followed by lows (54 is the lowest he has ever tested at) but feels them, but I don't think he stays at the highs or the lows long enough to impact his function, if that makes sense. #2, this one doesn't get reported to colleges. #3 He wants to take the test in Dec and I don't think there is enough time for accommodations. So.. my question is, if he doesn't take the exception this year will he be able to take it later when he is in High school?