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How to find a professional in my area to evaluate me for extended time

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New post 07 Feb 2018, 22:24
A little background: I have diagnosed dyslexia and ADHD. I have received extended time on every test I have taken since high school, including the SAT, ACT, all college exams and the GRE (7 years ago). I was last professionally diagnosed at age 16 and I am now 30. I have heard the GMAC is incredibly tough on giving extended time, as they should be. So I would like to make sure I have all the proper documentation they need to give me extended time should I qualify.

I would like to find a professional in my city (large US city) that specializes in evaluating people for extended time needs on the GMAT or other graduate exams. Does anybody know where I can start to look for such a doctor?
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A little background: I have diagnosed dyslexia and ADHD. I have received extended time on every test I have taken since high school, including the SAT, ACT, all college exams and the GRE (7 years ago). I was last professionally diagnosed at age 16 and I am now 30. I have heard the GMAC is incredibly tough on giving extended time, as they should be. So I would like to make sure I have all the proper documentation they need to give me extended time should I qualify.

I would like to find a professional in my city (large US city) that specializes in evaluating people for extended time needs on the GMAT or other graduate exams. Does anybody know where I can start to look for such a doctor?
I don't have the answer to your question on doctors, but you should check this page and this PDF if you have not already done so.
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