[Nfbc-info] Standardized exams

Lauren Merryfield lauren at catlines.com
Fri Mar 7 02:12:28 UTC 2014

Hi, Joe,
I thought the school had to either provide reasonable accommodation or let
you bring in your own reader, computer, etc. I don't think they can just
leave you hanging like that. This is where braille can be highly useful. You
might have to do the thing of dictating your essay and having it read back
and making corrections, which I know is tedious. I could type it for you on
my computer and then you could submit it.

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Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2014 4:41 PM
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Subject: [Nfbc-info] Standardized exams

Hey Everyone,

I am trying to take my CSETs and there is an essay portion. I find it really
hard to dictate essays, and their computers don't have screen readers and I
can't bring mine in. I was thinking  of practicing typing with Jaws off and
have the reader read it after and fix my mistakes, but I am curious what
everyone else does for standardized tests. 

Thanks, Joe

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