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New post 09 May 2009, 08:58
NOTE: If you have been approved for a time extension accommodation for the GMAT™ exam and are using a time-extended version of the GMATPrep™ software, the application name, shortcut and similar items referenced in this document will reflect the accommodation type. For example, if you are using the version that includes 50% additional time, the file on the CD will be named GMATPrepSetup[+50%].exe.


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I only know the basics - there are GMAT versions for people with different disabilities and depending on the disability, there are some differences. My guess is that there are also versions of the GMAT Prep that accomodate test takers with disabilities. Here are the ones most commonly provided:

* Additional testing time (all tests are timed)
* Additional or extended rest breaks
* Allowance of a medical device in the testing rooms
* A trackball mouse
* A reader who can read the test items to the test taker and record test taker responses
* A recorder to record test taker responses
* Enlarged font on the PC monitor
* A sign language interpreter

More information is listed here: http://www.gmac.com/gmac/thegmat/testta ... rs/ada.htm

Registration form for applicants with disabilities: http://www.mba.com/NR/rdonlyres/B66D7B8 ... orm_v1.pdf
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