Standardized testing is daunting to a lot of people, but it can be down right terrifying to someone with learning disabilities. If you have documented learning disabilities you may qualify for extra time during the exam. Many schools will even put you in a separate room with no distractions.
Testing accommodations are also available for physical disabilities and some medical conditions. If you have a question about whether you qualify for accommodations, you can visit the college board website.
Students who struggle with standardized tests should take advantage of tutoring. WilsonDailyPrep provides both one-on-one and group tutoring sessions as well phone tutoring, which can even be daily 15-minute conversations that address specific questions a student may have.