The K&W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Differences, 13th Edition: 353 Schools with Programs or Services for Students with ADHD, ASD, or Learning Disabilities (College Admissions Guides) by Princeton Review

The K&W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Differences, 13th Edition: 353 Schools with Programs or Services for Students with ADHD, ASD, or Learning Disabilities (College Admissions Guides)

Book Title: The K&W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Differences, 13th Edition: 353 Schools with Programs or Services for Students with ADHD, ASD, or Learning Disabilities (College Admissions Guides)

Publisher: Princeton Review

ISBN: 1101920386

Author: Princeton Review


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FIND THE RIGHT SCHOOL FOR YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS.
 
Hundreds of thousands of students with ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, or other learning differences head to college every year. This comprehensive guide makes it easy for those students and their families and guidance counselors to tackle the daunting process of finding the school that fits their needs best. 
 
This indispensable resource book for students, parents, and professionals includes:
   • 353 school profiles with targeted information on services, admissions, and support at each school
   • Advice from learning specialists on making an effective transition to college
   • Services available to learning-disabled students at each college: tutors, note-takers, oral exams, extended test time, and more
   • Policies and procedures regarding course waivers or substitutions
   • Strategies to help students find the best match for their needs

The 13th edition of The K&W Guide also includes a Quick Contact Reference List with essential program information for another 1,000 schools, as well as an addendum with other transition options for students who may not be college-bound, but who want to continue to pursue independent living skills and education beyond high school.