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can a dyslexic with a high iq score become an architech or an engineer?

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Answer #1 | 29/12 2013 00:45
yes, i have a friend who is dyslexic who is an engineer and also a friend who is an attorney. the previous poster was right, as far as school's go you would fall under the ADA guidelines so you would get extra time on test and help, i dont have dyslexia myself i have another learning disorder, but when i was in college all i had to do was request the forms the school required so that i could get extra time on tests and an affidavit from my doctor. i started out in mech engr and ended up graduating in cmps (computer science) so do not think you can not accomplish your dream bro, it may take some extra time and little more work, but by all means yes you can become an engineer or arcitech. remember you do not HAVE TO finish in 4 years, if you get to overwhelmed, then only take say 12 or even 9 hours per semester and finish if like 6 years, your young, you have all the time in the world :) hope that helps you out a little cheers, disco

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