High Stakes Exams near You
Do you need disability accommodations for a high stakes exam, such as the SAT, GMAT, ACT, MCAT, GRE, or LSAT? Oakland Neuropsychology Center offers testing services for people with ADHD, autism, visual impairment, hearing impairment, learning disabilities, and other conditions. Our testing center is a calm, comfortable space to complete examinations for college and grad school. If you would like to take a tour or learn more about high stakes exams near you, contact us at (248) 644-9466.
ADAAA Accommodations for High Stakes Testing
Our testing services are in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act Amendment Act (ADAAA). We ensure that every test-taker has the right environment for his or her exam. The experience is tailored for each person’s needs. Accommodations may include:
- Longer-Than-Normal Exam Times, Including Breaks
- Braille Testing Materials, Large-Print Text, and Other Specialized Testing Documents
- Private Testing Arrangements with Reduced Distractions
- Scheduling That Works around Other Test Dates and Conflicts
- Psychological Testing Prior to High Stakes Exams
Because this process requires a great deal of personalization, it is best to contact us about testing as quickly as possible. That way, we can evaluate your needs and arrange for high stakes exams near you. To get started, give us a call at (248) 644-9466.
Do I Qualify for Special Testing Accommodations?
For most disability accommodations, you need to have a professional diagnosis from a licensed psychological testing provider. This diagnosis may need to be within the last year or last few years, depending on the exam you are taking. If you do not have a professional diagnosis, you will first need to arrange for a psychological evaluation at Oakland Neuropsychology Center. From there, you can determine if special testing accommodations will be necessary for high stakes exams.
Note that getting a professional diagnosis can also help you in the future. For instance, you may qualify for special arrangements in college, or you may find a treatment plan that reduces your symptoms. We will gladly point you to resources to guide you through this journey.