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I am planning to take the GRE Subject Test in Math. I have ADHD and would like to request accommodations.

I live in a first world country now but used to be based in a third world country. In this third world country I was seeing a resident psychiatrist.

I am about to have a new psychiatrist who is not a resident.

This psychiatrist has met me for only an hour while my old psychiatrist , the resident, met with me for over 12 hours already.

What certification should I submit to ETS?

new doctor only? Old doctor though resident only? Both?

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Follow the instructions given by ETS. They are very specific about what kind of documentation they need.

Give your current psychiatrist the link and ask if he/she can provide everything on it, and if not, what he/she recommends you do to collect the necessary documentation.

  • Thank you, ff524. This was actually a stupid question because I should have just and later asked ETS who advised me to submit from both psychiatrists. – Jack Bauer Aug 23 '16 at 11:47
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    @JackBauer - This is useful information and I suggest you post it as an Answer. – aparente001 Sep 1 '16 at 2:17
  • @aparente001 Done! – Jack Bauer Sep 16 '16 at 13:26
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This was actually a stupid question because I should have just asked (and later I did ask) ETS, who advised me to submit from both psychiatrists.

  • Please fill in the missing word: "should have just" what? – aparente001 Sep 16 '16 at 13:37
  • @aparente001 I should have just asked ETS. I later asked ETS. ETS advised me to submit from both psychiatrists – Jack Bauer Sep 16 '16 at 16:35
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    Good luck. I still think the jerk, ahem, pardon me, ADHD skeptic, should have been left entirely out of the picture. He was involved with you such a short time, and his contribution was entirely negative, as far as I could tell. – aparente001 Sep 16 '16 at 16:53
  • @aparente001 Thank you for editing! I didn't submit documentation from ADHD skeptic :) – Jack Bauer Sep 21 '16 at 10:52

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