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[This answer is from a North American perspective; it may apply less elsewhere. And it speaks in generalities.] When industry is hiring at the Bachelor's level, they are generally looking for general academic success, an overall knowledge of a broad area (the "major"), and some evidence of ability for independent work (evidenced, for instance, by a ...


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I can only answer as to how we deal with this sort of thing. And the answer is that in general we are guided by the indevidaul "Learning Support Plan" that is drawn up in consulation between the student and worker assigned to the student by our Disablity and Dyslexia Support Service. I've seen all possible combinations - Students should be given ...


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