The SAT® is an important standardized test that is used by many colleges and universities as part of their admissions process. However, some students with disabilities may require accommodations in order to take the test under the same conditions as other students. The good news is that the College Board, which administers the SAT®, provides accommodations for students with documented disabilities. In this blog post, we will provide an overview of the accommodations available for the SAT® and how to apply for them.
The College Board provides a variety of accommodations for students with disabilities, including:
Examples of disabilities that may qualify for accommodations on the SAT® include, but are not limited to:
To apply for accommodations:
The process for requesting accommodations can take several weeks, so students should begin the process as early as possible. The College Board reviews each request on a case-by-case basis and may request additional information if necessary.
The SAT® can be a stressful experience for any student, but it can be especially challenging for students with disabilities. The accommodations provided by the College Board can help level the playing field and provide students with the support they need to perform their best on the test. If you are a student with a disability, we encourage you to explore the accommodations available and apply for them as soon as possible. With the right accommodations, you can take the SAT® with confidence and achieve your academic goals.