You are sitting behind the computer screen filling out your college application. You proudly list your activities and accomplishments — salutatorian, six APs, string section leader for orchestra, state science fair runner-up, summer French language immersion camps, Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award, and rock-climbing instructor. Then you arrive at the writing section where you can list Additional Information and are filled with angst.
Your mind races with questions and thoughts:
•Do I state I am dyslexic and have test anxiety?
•Do I list my accommodations?
•Will admissions officers see me as a liability?
You love this school and can imagine yourself on campus, heading to the French Alps for study abroad, starting a rock-climbing club ...
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