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Testing Accommodations for the GRE

Discussion in 'Diabetes and College' started by Chippy28, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. Chippy28

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    I am planning on taking the GRE this summer and have decided to apply for accommodations. This will be the first time I have ever asked for special accommodations because of D. I know that I need to ask to have my supplies and food/water available to me. Anything else I am missing?
     
  2. obtainedmist

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    Stop the clock if you need to test or treat.
     
  3. Chippy28

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    Yes, thank you! I knew I was forgetting something. :)
     
  4. obtainedmist

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    :) Hope it goes really well!
     
  5. Chippy28

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    Thanks I hope so too! It is one of the last hurdles before I am able to apply to school to become a PA.
     
  6. skimom

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    The accomodations my kids have for their education are:
    access to food/water
    extra time( ie double time)
    access to washroom
    quiet location to write
     

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