Adult Educational Psychology

You’ve made it this far. But something is seriously holding you back. OR:  You’ve already gotten diagnosed with SLD or ADHD and boosted your high school learning with all the right interventions, but your Next Big Step requires re-assessment. Post-secondary institutions in Ontario are required to provide accommodations and learning support, based on recent assessments (usually within the past two years). Assistive technologies funding can come from Bursaries for Students with Disabilities.  (You don’t pay bursaries back. You DO own the hardware and software or other devices.) LSAT, MCAT, GRE and GMAT all must honour your diagnosis and the accommodations that Psychology prescribes. Usually these includes an additional 50 percent time on exams, for example. Does it go on your transcript? NO. Finally, colleges’ and universities’ disability support offices do NOT make different decisions, based on ADHD versus Specific Learning Disability. Now: Get psych’d.

 

Child Clinical Psychology

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Adolescent Clinical Psychology

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Child School Psychology

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Adolescent School Psychology

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Adult Educational Psychology

You’ve made it this far. But something is seriously holding you bac...

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