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Test-taker with speech disorder gets text-to-speech accommodation

March/April 2010 For the first time, a medical student with a severe stuttering block, also known as a stammer, has won the right to employ an electronic "text-to-speech" accommodation in taking Part II of the U.S. Medical Licensing Exam, a test involving interaction with standardized patients, which is required for state licensure

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