Legal Guidance for Graduate Programs or Board Exam Accommodations

Legal Guidance For Graduate Programs Or Board Exam Accommodations

Last updated on March 6, 2024

Let’s face it, the decision to enter into a costly graduate program is one to be carefully considered. Many students end up with hundreds of thousands of dollars of non-dischargeable debt. It is important, if one is considering medical school, law school or any graduate program for a master’s degree or doctorate, that the student chooses a reputable institution where they will be able to succeed as well as graduate.

The cost of a college or graduate education today is higher than ever. There are many institutions that will take advantage of older students who are not aware of the dangers of incurring non-dischargeable student loan debt or who naïvely attend institutions that have misrepresented their programs or accreditation.

Windsor Law LLC has helped hundreds of students complete their graduate programs and helped many students who have selected faulty programs obtain refunds as well as full or partial discharge of their student loan debt. Each case is fact-specific and must be looked at individually to obtain the best possible outcomes.

Windsor Law LLC is here to help navigate the way successfully through any and all of these situations.

It is even more important that a student with any form of disability – visible or invisible – who is in need of accommodations, obtain them throughout their graduate program as well as on their board exam.

The United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) is a three-step examination for medical licensing in the United States. It is sponsored by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) and the National Board of Medical Examiners.

The American Bar Association requires a two-day bar examination in most states, with one day devoted to the multistate bar examination (MBE), a standardized 200-item test covering six areas of law (Constitutional law, contracts, criminal law, evidence, real property and torts). Another day is devoted to the Uniform Bar Examination (UBE), a standardized bar examination developed by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE). This portion consists solely of the multistate bar examination (MBE), the multistate essay examination (MEE), and the multistate performance test (MPT) and offers portability of scores across state lines.

Put Our Experience To Work For You

We are familiar with the necessary proofs required to obtain accommodations and have successfully obtained accommodations for students in all forms of graduate programs as well as on their board exams and board certification exams. Call 941-487-7527 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.