[NABS-L] SAT prep

Nina Marranca ninam0814 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 10 15:38:08 UTC 2019

I took the SAT in Braille, so it's a bit different. However, my vision teacher in high school had to Braille the practice tests and book for me. The only thing that the college board provided was a Braille test on test day. I have no idea if this is the case when using a screen reader, but I hope not.

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My son is a high school junior and will be taking SATs with a screen reader. Where can I find accessible practice material? The College Board website only has one practice test in screen reader version.

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