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A Standardized Testing Guide for Neurodivergent Students
The College Spy has partnered with Jenn Cohen of Launchpad Education to bring you this presentation on standardized testing for neurodiverse students. Jenn Cohen specializes in test prep for students with learning differences. She is an engaging speaker who knows her subject well.

Join us to learn about:
1. Available accommodations for the SAT and ACT.
2. Getting accommodations for the SAT and ACT
3. The best test for students with LDs to take.
4. Whether test optional is right for your child.


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Michelle McAnaney
Founder and President @The College Spy
Michelle McAnaney is the founder of The College Spy, a full service independent educational consulting firm that assists students and families across the US and internationally with the college selection and application process. Prior to founding The College Spy, Michelle was a counselor and educator for more than 15 years, including serving as the Director of Guidance at two high schools, an adjunct college professor and a GED tutor. Michelle holds a master’s degree in school counseling and a bachelor’s degree in human development. She recently completed UC Irvine’s certificate program in educational consulting and is a MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) Certified Practitioner and a NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Master Practitioner. Michelle visits over 40 colleges each year so that she has first-hand knowledge of the colleges and universities her clients will be considering. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Jenn Cohen
Founder and President @Launchpad Education
Jenn Cohen has been in the test prep trenches for almost 20 years, but she prides herself in never feeling too comfortable calling herself an expert. She is always learning from her students, families, other pros and the research literature. She’s a lover of art and science, and believes the world is a better place with both. Meeting Neil deGrasse Tyson is on her bucket list. She has been featured in The Dallas Morning News, ADDitude Magazine and Good Morning Texas, as well as numerous blogs around the web. She has also been a presenter at the Learning Disabilities Association national conference, as well as a speaker at high schools and parent associations. She is the leading national expert on test prep for students with special needs. She also serves as Treasurer of the Learning Disabilities Association of Texas. She is a graduate of Duke University, and completed graduate work in clinical psychology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.