I second Chuck's advice on fighting for accomodations.
Your situation seemed absolutely unacceptable.
Yea Iím going to fight hard for accommodations again, Iím contacting a professor at my school who is a specialist in writing disorders, I hope he can help me. The standard WAIS III does not address writing disorders like mine. The report from the bar said I read fine so there was no reason for any extra time. WFT anyone who knows me here knows my problem is with writing not reading, if the test was not Ĺ writing I would be fine.
They did not even address my writing disability, they simply said you read fine so youíre denied. They let everybody with ADD (which I also have) have between 25-50% more time on the entire test, except me. I just want enough time to spell check my writing and get what I have to say written on the essay portion. Its very frustrating. I donít want any advantage I just want a shot at competing with normal people who donít have to work so hard just to get something written on a piece of paper so its readable.