6 months ago

Getting into princeton with adhd

Ok this is going to sound weird because everyone else is facing adhd, but is there a way to get into princeton with adhd


Absolutely! ADHD is recognized as a disability. As a result, you are entitled to accommodations to help you succeed, such as extended time on projects and reports, frequent breaks, and testing in a small group. If you have ever had an IEP while you were in school, you will need to provide a copy. You may also be required to show proof of your diagnosis that is less than 5 years old. Keep in mind that you still have to meet the same stringent criteria that neurotypical students must meet. In other words, they cannot discriminate against you because you have ADHD. Likewise, you will not make the cut, simply because you have ADHD.

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