Anxiety, ADHD, Trouble Reading etc.
Has anyone been afraid to inform learning disability centers that you suffer / battle retaining information you've learned?
I need an hour maybe three depending on math quizzes or exams in order to get an A. I take medication but the clock feels like a UV light that murders my concentration, I tested into Math 77 (I was never the elite math student) I took 47 instead and got a 107% at the end of the quarter. Went on to Math 77 and my teacher would see me struggling during tests and only managed with a 3.7. I looked at the curriculum prior to the start of class and dropped it because I knew I would only get a C if I was lucky.
In English classes, I can't read.. I can write like it was my job but had to re read book chapters 4-8 times. I used a ruler and would shut my right eye just to get by. I would write nights or have a friend tell me what this sentence says. It was embarrassing. During english 101, I was asked to read in class and I would ask to use the restroom or I would shake and stutter. It was as if I was reading how I was going to die.
My teachers all told me I should check out the disability center. I spend everyday at the learning support for tutoring but it only helped a little. I spent more time there I did at home.
WILL COLLEGES LEARN THAT I HAVE TROUBLE WITH READING and TAKING TESTS? My physic. doctor wrote me a note that explains everything but I feel it would be detrimental to transferring or made public for admissions from universities that I want to attend.