Table 3: Examples of services, accommodations, or other help received during postsecondary education by primary categories and subcategories.

Testing accommodationsMore time to take tests
Having tests read aloud
Scribe to record answers
Different tests
Different grading standards
Different setting to take tests

Assignment accommodationsAdditional time to finish assignments
Shortened length of assignments

Materials technology adaptationsUse of computer or spell checker in class or to take tests
Special use of calculator, listening/recording devices, tape recorder
Provision of written materials (e.g., copies of lectures, outlines, course notes)
Books on tape
Computer software designed for students with disabilities

Human aidesA reader or interpreter
Note taker in class
Personal aide or instructional assistant to help you in class
Tutor
Support person to monitor academic progress or help with managing workload

Out-of-classroom learning supportsBehavior management program
Help with learning strategies or study skills
Support group for students with disabilities
Early registration

Physical adaptations in classroomPhysical changes to the classroom, special desks
Changes to equipment, like different lab equipment in a science class

Note: source: National Longitudinal Transition Study-2, Wave 5. Youth Interview.