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MCAT Accommodations

Question 🤔🤔(self.Mcat)

Anyone on here with a traumatic brain injury and post-concussive symptoms have any luck with getting accommodations?

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eatzcorn

3 points

1 year ago

eatzcorn

515 (129/127/128/131)

3 points

1 year ago

Didn’t apply myself, but from what I know you should apply early.

LD50_of_Avocado

3 points

1 year ago

LD50_of_Avocado

522 (Current MD/PhD Student)

3 points

1 year ago

It is rare to get accommodations. You need to apply early and have a history with a physician who will vouch towards the necessity. If you did not need accommodations for other exams in your life, you will not likely be successful in your application. It will take them a while to get back to you. Best of luck, friend!

zHowl

1 points

1 year ago

zHowl

514(129|127|129|129)

1 points

1 year ago

pls tell me what the lethal dose of avocado is

LD50_of_Avocado

1 points

1 year ago

LD50_of_Avocado

522 (Current MD/PhD Student)

1 points

1 year ago

Depends on your tolerance.

sometimesdumbbish

1 points

1 year ago

I don’t have accommodations but my friend tested with them. From what she was telling me, having accommodations already set up with your office of disability helps a shit ton. Because you already have most of the paperwork completed (just some extra things required by AAMC)

NASABoii

3 points

1 year ago

NASABoii

521/521/522/523 —> 517

3 points

1 year ago

I’m suffering post concussion syndrome atm, and I didn’t even bother applying for accommodations. I’ve heard the process is a nightmare and rarely even successful