College Tips for Students with Learning Disabilities Synopsis

Writing for Disabled-World, author Joan Azarva offers a number of useful tips and information for persons with learning disabilities attending college.

High school students who transition to college find themselves facing a whole new set of challenges. Unfamiliar with the college system, they are prone to making poor judgments. Because college proceeds so rapidly (a typical semester is fifteen weeks), a few poor decisions can produce dire consequences. This list should help students make decisions that bode for success. . . . College Tips for Students with Learning Disabilities


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