AuthorBehling, Kirsten T.
Bellemore, Eileen H.
Bibeau, Lisa B.
Cioffi, Andrew S.
McNamee, Bridget A.
GroupStudent Accessibility and Academic Resource (StAAR) Center (Tufts University)
Association of American Medical Colleges
Salem State University
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DescriptionCurrent and former students may request verification of the accommodations they utilized while enrolled at your institution to obtain accommodations in post-baccalaureate programs, on graduate school exams (e.g., GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT), and on professional licensing board exams (e.g., NCLEX, Bar, USMLE, FINRA). While the process for requesting accommodations may seem straightforward, the documentation requirements for high-stakes exams may have stringent timelines and requirements. Some test agencies take up to six weeks to make an eligibility determination. Suggestions are offered for how you can assist students with this process.
CitationBehling, Kirsten T., Eileen H. Bellemore, Lisa B. Bibeau, Andrew S. Cioffi, and Bridget A. McNamee. 4.5 Verifying Accommodations Process and Sample Letter. Philadelphia: Temple University Libraries, 2023.
Citation to related workBehling, Kirsten T., Eileen H. Bellemore, Lisa B. Bibeau, Andrew S. Cioffi, and Bridget A. McNamee. Disability Services in Higher Education: An Insider’s Guide. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2023.
Available at: https://tupress.temple.edu/books/disability-services-in-higher-education
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