Students with Disabilities
Possible indications of a
(this is not an exhaustive list):
You read much more slowly and understand less of the reading than your
You consistently have trouble remembering information and don't do
well on objective tests.
You have trouble in both math and foreign languages.
You consistently study the wrong material for tests; you can't figure
out what is important and what is irrelevant.
On your papers you are always told to proofread and/or organize better
but can't do it on your own.
You study hard, spend a great deal of time on academic tasks, but the
results don't match your effort.
You can speak well about a subject, but when it comes to writing,
nothing comes out the way you planned.
If this sounds familiar, if you know or suspect you have a learning
disability,please speak confidentially with Ms.Rosenberg,the Director of
Academic Support, about your situation.