Representation in Seeking LSAT, MCAT, GRE Accommodations

College students whose disabilities, including any learning disabilities, require them to take extra time or receive other special accommodations during test taking are entitled to similar arrangements when taking the GRE, LSAT, MCAT, or any of the other standardized exams that are required for entrance into graduate school courses of study.

However, college students often encounter resistance when seeking those special accommodations in higher education. The lawyers for education rights of Jacobson & John LLP can help determine when those difficulties may have crossed the line into discrimination and can represent college students as they seek the rights to which they are entitled.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires the testing companies that administer the LSAT, MCAT, and GRE to provide reasonable accommodations to candidates who are taking their examinations.

If you believe that your or your student’s civil rights under the ADA have been violated by a testing company or an educational institution, call our office to discuss your case. Jacobson & John LLP, The Education Lawyers can provide legal help for special education law.