For children and adolescents who are in need of accommodations for entrance exams, Dr. Daniel will conduct a comprehensive evaluation and provide specific recommendations based upon the results. While there is no way to guarantee acceptance of the recommendations for accommodations, it can be helpful to have additional documentation provided to the testing board in addition to academic records or school counselor’s reports. If you or your child have a psychological, neurocognitive, or developmental disorder which may impact the ability to perform at one’s ability level on a standardized test, such as the SAT, accommodation assessment may be appropriate.

Accommodations vary based upon individual needs and testing-site limitations, but may include the following: extra time/time-and-a-half; preferential seating; separate testing environment; larger font; computerized testing; dictation use; additional breaks.

For additional information on test-specific requirements, please visit the appropriate website: