Welcome back! Today we’re talking with Dr. Jared Maloff, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Beverly Hills, California, about helping students get testing accommodations for tests such as the LSAT, law school exams, and the California Bar Exam (to name a few).
If you’re struggling in law school or with the bar exam or know that you have a learning disorder, listen in to find out what accommodations are available, and how to request them.
In this episode we discuss:
- The different accommodations available for different tests (LSAT, Bar Exam, Law School Exams)
- The types of tests used for diagnosing learning disorders and disabilities
- How are these tests evaluated?
- What are the common diagnoses that lead to accommodations?
- What type of accommodations are available to students to level the playing field?
- Reasons why students don’t want to get tested
- How to identify if you are struggling with a learning disorder
- The biggest mistakes students make in the accommodations process
- Where do you need to go to get evaluated?
- The costs associated with accommodations
- Coping mechanisms for common problems
- The importance of being proactive about seeking accommodations
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- Leveling the Playing Field – Testing Accommodations on the Bar Exam
- Should You Apply for Bar Exam Testing Accommodations
- How to Apply for Bar Exam Accommodations When Finances are a Concern
- State Dependent Learning and the Bar Exam
- Using Resources and Seeking Accommodations in Law School
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