I.e., Make the items specific tasks Vague: "Study Biology" Specific: Read Biology Chapter 4 and complete chapter review questions 1-20 By Allyson G. This detailed peer reviewed article is designed to update primary health care providers on the guidelines and standards for documentation of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at the postsecondary level.
Also covers what is needed by postsecondary disability service providers?
Covers tools for testing accommodations, testing formats, testing accommodations and solutions for supervising exams.
Here is an expanded version of the alternative testing guidelines Resources for Students with ADHD on Time Management, Focus and Note Taking Getting Started Staying Focused and Sticking with It Maintaining a Positive Attitude Managing Time Lectures and Note-taking Instructional Strategies for ADHD Students at University.
To take College Board exams with accommodations, students with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) must request accommodations from the College Board’s Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD). Make sure your documentation meets these seven criteria: Documentation should state the specific disability as diagnosed.
The ADHD diagnosis should be made by someone with appropriate professional credentials; should be specific; and should reference the (DSM-5 or whichever edition was current at the time of diagnosis).
Provide relevant educational, developmental, and medical history in support of the ADHD diagnosis and the functional limitation.
Information about the student’s history of receiving school accommodations and current use of accommodations helps the College Board understand the nature and severity of the student’s ADHD and the need for accommodations.
Great PDF by Queens University on time management for University students with ADHD.
Covers many different aspects of time management in an ADHD friendly and practical way.
How many of these cases were newly diagnosed in college as opposed to those with previous diagnoses carrying over from high school?