So quick background - anxiety disorder counts as a learning impediment and qualifies for learning accommodations at my school (never knew i never knew!) Special needs counselor asked me to think of ways that the school and instructors can "level the playing field" for my clinical learning experience. If you have had anxiety or have anxiety right now, what kind of accommodations would help you? Off the top of my head, and if its not too much of special treatment I asked:1) if instructor can assign my patient an hour earlier the day before to give me that extra time to prep and much rest as much as I can before clinical.2) quiz me on points they expect me to know before clinical starts (15 minutes or so before). so that i don't freeze up in the middle of the shift.3) Be willing to understand that when I get tongue tied its not because I'm hopeless; the thoughts are clear in my head but getting them out not so much. And I will work towards improving my communication skills. (I speak well with patients and clients, I just get tragically tongue tied with my instructors)4) Maybe take an extra minute to look over my care plan and really catch any missing points- if I email them the evening before. I dunno. I feel like I'm asking too much but apparently my school considers it leveling the playing field. Any thoughts anyone?