High Stakes Exams in Bloomfield Hills MI
Are you preparing for high stakes exams in Bloomfield Hills MI? Oakland Neuropsychology Center offers testing accommodations for the SAT, GMAT, ACT, MCAT, GRE, and LSAT. We specialize in providing testing accommodations with students with disabilities, such as learning disorders and autism. We provide a calm, stress-free environment to ensure students have the best testing experience possible.
If you would like to arrange for a high stakes exam, contact our testing center in Bloomfield Hills MI. You can reach us at (248) 644-9466.
Disabilities Accommodations for High Stakes Exams in Bloomfield Hills MI
We offer special accommodations for students with disabilities, in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act Amendment Act (ADAAA). Some students do not do well in traditional testing environments, which inhibits their ability to succeed with high stakes exams. We provide the best setting possible for students to showcase their knowledge. Accommodations may include:
- Extended Testing Times with Multiple Breaks
- Large-Print Text or Braille Testing Materials
- Reduced Distractions and Private Testing Accommodations
- Special Scheduling That Aligns with Other Testing Dates
If you would like to arrange for special testing accommodations, contact us at (248) 644-9466. We will review the documents necessary to provide those accommodations to ensure that we can meet your needs in a timely manner. If you require an evaluation before the exam, we will set you up with Dr. Isabelle Beaulieu.
Psychological Evaluations with Highly-Accurate Diagnoses
In order to receive disabilities accommodations for high stakes exams, you need a professional diagnosis for the condition. In some cases, this diagnosis must be made within a certain timeframe of the testing (example: within the last year). Dr. Isabelle of Oakland Neuropsychology Center is known for providing highly-accurate diagnosis for a range of learning disabilities. She evaluates which testing services each client may need, and then conducts an exam to pinpoint underlying issues the person may be facing. From there, she is able to provide a detailed diagnosis that can be used for treatment or special testing accommodations.