College Board tests (ACT/SAT) are standardized assessments required during the admissions process by most four-year colleges and universities. Students usually take them in their Junior or early Senior year. If your child has already qualified through their school for testing accommodations (e.g, extended time, breaks, read aloud), the College Board will sometimes accept prior documentation if you apply for accommodations for the test. However, if the prior documentation is outdated or does not clearly indicate a need for the requested accommodation, they may require an updated psychological or neuropsychological evaluation that demonstrates that the area of attention or learning disability creates a negative functional impact on their test performance. In these cases, we can help to conduct the evaluation and are well-versed in the assessments that can be most useful in detecting a negative educational impact. Be sure to provide at least four months lead time before the test is planned for time to complete the testing and file for the accommodations.