OK, I'm filling out the forms for special accommodations during SAT testing. I did NOT do this for the PSAT and regretted it; he was very high and usually does great on standardized testing but didn't do as well as usual so we're going to go ahead and apply for special accommodations for the upcoming test. I am writing a letter to include since there really isn't room on the form and diabetes isn't a choice. I'm cutting and pasting the specifics that I am asking for, can anyone who has done this or has an opinion tell me if I hit all the important stuff. He doesn't have CGM yet but we're in the process of getting it, so I went ahead and included it just in case. Not having used it I really didn't know what to ask for wrt that! Thanks for the input. 1. He be allowed to wear his insulin pump during all testing. The pump is physically connected to him at all times. He can administer insulin via the pump at any needed time. 2. He be allowed to have his blood glucose meter during the test and be allowed to test his blood sugar at any given time during the test without leaving his seat. 3. If his blood sugar is HIGH, he be allowed to administer insulin via his pump. 4. If his blood sugar is LOW, he be allowed a snack at his desk. 5. He be allowed to wear and view his continuous glucose monitor readings at his desk. 6. If he has to have a snack or needs to administer insulin, he be allowed extra time that does not interfere with his official test time. The time will vary depending on how long it takes for his blood sugar to normalize again.