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Hope you are all having a good weekend. I don't know how easy it is to get accommodations but right now I am trying to get extra time for the multiple choice sections and writing sample and allowance for usage of a computer to satisfy the writing sample because I fractured my right eye and am stuck with double vision and limited motor function in the afflicted eye. I know they are pretty hard on getting extra time for psychological conditions but I don't know how they are for visual impairment and not knowing got me scared because needless to say if denied I would basically be royally screwed because I gotta read as slow as a 3rd grader now if I don't wanna get words and lines of text all scrambled up. If anyone has some insight to this, any advice, or have gotten accommodations passed for visual impairment any help or advice would be much appreciated.