[IPAC-List] Test Anxiety and the ADA

cymeyers at yahoo.com cymeyers at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 30 11:30:38 EDT 2014

I don't believe that Test Anxiety is a specific disorder. If an examinee requires accommodation for clinically diagnosed general anxiety, that's a different matter.

But even then, I believe the examinee is obligated (if diagnosed) to mitigate effects of the general anxiety with available therapies. It is any residual anxiety that would need to be addressed.

Carol Meyers
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