I am pretty peeved about this. I worked with my son's counselor to get him "stop the clock" accommodations on the SAT. All looked well when he was assigned his room. The other gal who was there had extended time accommodations. I wondered how they were going to do the two together, but assumed they knew what they were doing. I left. Eventually, another gal joined them who had the same accommodations as my son. After I picked him up, he said things didn't progress well. Shortly after the proctor came into the room, he realized that the two accommodations couldn't be done together. My son and the test taker were wisked out of that room and put into a room with 25 other students -- 5 minutes into the writing portion of the SAT. Only my son and the other gal had the "stop the clock" accommodations of all the kids in the room. Pretty soon, my son felt low and went up to the proctor to say he wanted to stop the clock to test his blood sugar. The reply was he was not in a room where he could do that. My son sat back down and very quietly took out two glucose tabs and allowed them to dissolve in his mouth -- all while the test was going on. After a bit, he felt better. I assumed that his accommodations would be honored. To have to join the test 5 minutes into the essay, to be low and not allowed to do anything was not what anyone expected. I will definitely call the College Board on Monday.