When a school submits requests for accommodations, it must verify that its documentation aligns with College Board's eligibility and documentation guidelines. College Board may decide to review a school’s documentation if:
- The school has an unusually high proportion of test takers approved for accommodations (but are not schools or programs for students with disabilities)
- The school has an unusually high incidence of accommodations that are most appropriate for students with severe or multiple disabilities
- The school has an unusually high incidence of accommodations for a particular disability
When College Board determines that the school's verification process aligns with our guidelines, then the school can resume its documentation verification responsibilities.