Edited Oct 14, 2015 by toby156
Specializes in Complex pediatrics turned LTC/subacute geriatrics.
Has 11 years experience.
Oct 14, 2015
It depends on what you are asking/what accommodations.
Asking to test in a private room with dim lights and classical music in the background is different than asking for a screen reader that can vocalize or something to enlarge the text of the questions due to a mild visual impairment
Just like the SAT and ACT you must have extensive documentation from s credentialed professional documenting your disability, and that the accommodations you are requesting have been used throughout much of your educational career. Unless the disability is not identified until college/nursing school, you should have been receiving similar accommodations since grade or high school.
"Dim the lights with classical music" Ahhh wouldn't that be awesome. I had special accommodations back in high school and throughout nursing school.
It's pretty quiet and there are headphones available. You may not need them
Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.
Has 33 years experience.
Moved to the NCLEX forum
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