High Stakes Exams in Metro Detroit MI
Oakland Neuropsychology Center provides a peaceful environment for high stakes exams in Metro Detroit MI. Our testing center offers accommodations for the SAT and ACT, as well as graduate-level testing for MCAT, GRE, GMAT, and LSAT. As a psychological testing provider, we can make arrangements to accommodate students with diagnosed disabilities, such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD, sight or hearing problems, and other conditions. We can also provide a psychological exam before a high stakes test to ensure students receive the most appropriate accommodations for their needs.
If you require special accommodations for high stakes exams in Metro Detroit MI, call Oakland Neuropsychology Center at (248) 644-9466.
Psychological Testing before High Stakes Exams in Metro Detroit MI
In order to receive special accommodations for high stakes exams in Metro Detroit MI, you will need a professional diagnosis from a licensed psychologist. This is required even if you have received previous classroom arrangements without a diagnosis. If you have a diagnosis from your childhood, you may need to be re-evaluated to comply with the testing provider’s policies. We can help you determine if that is necessary for your high stakes exams testing.
Oakland Neuropsychology Center offers may forms of psychological testing for adults. This includes:
- Learning Disabilities Testing for Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, and Other Learning Disorders
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Testing and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Testing
- Autism Testing
- Anxiety Testing
- Other Personalized Psychological Testing Services
To schedule a consultation or to learn more about the process, contact us at (248) 644-9466. Dr. Isabelle Beaulieu would be happy to go over all your questions with you.
All Accommodations Comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act
We create testing environments in coordination with the Americans with Disability Act Amendment Act (ADAAA). Each client receives a personalized testing environment fit for his or her needs and the requirements of the test provider. For instance, a student with sight difficulties might require large-print testing books or Braille tests. We can arrange for those to be available based on the student’s needs.