Standardized Testing Accommodations

Standardized Testing Accommodations

If you are preparing to take the SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, MCAT, LSAT, or other standardized tests and need accommodations for a learning disability, Dr. Laura Muggli can help.

For over 10 years, Dr. Muggli has been helping students receive testing accommodations for:

  • Learning disabilities
  • Processing speed disorders
  • Memory disorders
  • Emotional disorders, such as anxiety
  • And more

Testing accommodations include extended testing time, testing in a separate proctored exam room, reduced distraction testing environments, stop-the-clock breaks, and use of computer (for written portions).

Dr. Muggli’s comprehensive analysis includes these components of Neuropsychological Evaluation:

  • IQ testing
  • Educational testing – reading, writing, math
  • Executive functioning
  • Memory
  • Emotional functioning
  • Attention
  • Auditory learning
  • Visual spatial learning

Add-on tests may be conducted as needed to ensure you have an accurate diagnosis and thorough documentation to support your request for accommodation. Add-on tests may include motor functioning, more in-depth testing for emotional or memory disorders, etc.

If you need to be tested or re-tested to support your request for testing accommodations, contact Dr. Muggli in her New York City office today.