Thread subject: The Dyscalculia Forum :: Accomodations for someone who wants to study math?
Posted by johnrichard on June 20 2011 06:38 AM
"I am in a very strange position because the typical accommodation is to simply not take math classes in college if you have dyscalculia."
What planet is this true on and how fast can I move there? ;)
From what I've been able to tell, some schools accept formula sheets as an accommodation, some don't. Neither of the schools I've attended allow it, which is part of why I didn't major in a math/science field. I hope someone here will have another suggestion. Have you met with the disabilities coordinator? What did they suggest?
Yes, you required to get expert advice from your coordinator. Make it practical and get benefited from the same.