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Examination Accommodations You may be asked to allow the student with a learning disability extended exam time, typically time and one half to double time.
the assistance of a reader, scribe, or word processor for exams.
to use spelling and grammar assistive devices for essay exams.
Additional Resources Your campus student disability support office is a valuable resource for better understanding learning disabilities and effective instructional strategies.
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