After filing a lawsuit against the University last October, Diane Metcalf-Leggette '13 has sat through three exam periods without receiving 100 percent extended time, an accommodation she claims is necessary to offset the disadvantage brought on by her learning disabilities.
Last September, the University denied Metcalf-Leggette's request for double time on examinations. The University then granted Metcalf-Leggette 50 percent extended time in January, but in a recently filed amended complaint, she maintained that the additional accommodation still leaves her at "the bottom of a slanted, not level, playing field" among her peers, the Princeton Packet reported.
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