DOJ, NBME Reach Settlement in ADA Complaint

The National Board of Medical Examiners has agreed to provide "reasonable testing accommodations" and remove other barriers for people with disabilities who want to take the U.S. Medical Licensing Examination, the Department of Justice has announced.

2 comments on "DOJ, NBME Reach Settlement in ADA Complaint"
J Y? [INVALID] (9/3/2011 at 4:38 PM)

They are very notorious and just do things accordingly to their heart's content. Their rules can only be interpreted the way they want them to be interpreted. One would think they would have the mentality of thinking through things more rationally because of their higher education. Somehow, they seem to have lost the mentality and the compassion of what it entails to be a physician. They are running a profitable business disguised as a non-profit educational organization.
Solomon Yilma (2/23/2011 at 6:40 PM)

I don't buy the whole playing fair argument. They will be back to their old tricks soon enough. I have 100s of pages of documents I had to submit to them before they agreed to allow me to have testing accommodation on my third try with some seroius muscling by a lawyer. Solomon Yilma 4th year medical student


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