Documentation for the four-function calculator accommodation must demonstrate the following:
- The student’s disability (refer to Disability Documentation Guidelines)
- The impact of the disability on the student’s ability to perform mathematic calculations
Is the Four-Function Calculator Accommodation the Right Choice?
Learn what the four-function calculator accommodation is like on College Board tests and who it’s appropriate for. Go to Four-Function Calculator Accommodations.
Academic tests of mathematics are most useful to demonstrate the need for this accommodation. These tests are usually administered by school or clinical psychologists or educational diagnosticians. Examples include the following:
- Woodcock-Johnson Tests of Academic Achievement (General and extended batteries including fluency measures)
- Scholastic Abilities Test for Adults
- Wechsler Individual Achievement Test
- Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement
See Learning Disorders for more information about documentation guidelines.