Disability Documentation Guidelines
Without documentation, it is extremely difficult to determine if a student has a disability that requires accommodations on College Board exams.
Seven Documentation Criteria
Acceptable documentation meets seven broad criteria:
- The diagnosis is clearly stated.
- Information is current.
- Educational, developmental, and medical history is presented.
- The diagnosis is supported.
- The functional limitation is described.
- Recommended accommodations are justified.
- Evaluators’ professional credentials are established.
Specific Guidelines Vary by Disability
Review the documentation guidelines for the student’s particular disability: