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A doctor whose memory impairment made it difficult for him to take multiple-choice exams was not entitled to his requested disability accommodations on a board certification test because he still had average test-taking abilities and because the accommodations would fundamentally alter the nature of the exam, a federal district court in Pennsylvania ruled November 6
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