SAT testing for students with disabilities


Learn more and
submit your questions
at the
 College Planning Guide Blog!

     Many students with documented disabilities can establish the need for accommodations on SAT, PSAT and AP tests. There are three requirements for eligibility.
  1. a disability that requires accommodations for testing
  2. proper documentation on file at the student's school
  3. accommodations allowed at the student's school

     If those three conditions are met, a student should see their counselor about obtaining a SSD Student Eligibility Form. Provided a student does not change schools, only one form will be required.

     Once accommodations are approved, students registering for related tests will need to enclose a copy of their SSD Eligibility Letter if mailing a registration in, include their personal SSD Code if registering online.

     As establishing eligibility can be a time-consuming process, this should be done in the Spring semester of the student's 9th grade, or as soon after as is possible.

     Much more detailed information is available online at


 Direct links to every Video Game School in the USA!


 Copyright 2003-Present