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AG00039_.gif (3587 bytes)      Frequently Asked Questions
                            

What are the differences between high school and college education?

What information will you need to think about when making postsecondary education plans?

What are the differences between the Individuals with Disabilities Education   Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act?

What are different formats of SAT's and what are the procedures to obtain accommodations?

What are the test accommodations for the SAT and the ACT for Students who have a learning disability?

What questions may you want to ask the admissions'  counselor or disability services' staff?

What questions may college staff ask once you have disclosed your learning disability?

How might learning disabilities impact college students?

What are some common characteristics of adults with learning disabilities?

What is self-advocacy?

What are ways that college students with learning disabilities can help themselves?

What are some common accommodations that might be appropriate for individuals with disabilities?

What are some good reference books concerning college-bound students with disabilities?

What are some Web addresses that are particularly helpful for students with disabilities?

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flag.gif (2238 bytes) This Web site was created by Karen Shabshelowitz as partial fulfillment for the degree of Master of Arts in Education at the University of Rhode Island.
         Disclaimer:   The author of this Web page is not responsible for the accuracy or timeliness of the material on this Web page. It is meant to provide general information but this information may not be true or accurate in all cases.  This information is provided as a public service.   If you have questions or doubts about the information, please consult the school administrators, some of the resources listed, and /or legal counsel. Thank you.