Attention Deficient Hyperactive Disorder: A Case Study

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A common misconception present in society is that people with learning disabilities are perceived to have less potential to succeed in an academic setting than those without them. However, this statement simply is not true. They just need further accommodations or assistance to maximize their chances for success than the average student. Furthermore, no one should ever have to face the indignity of being thought of as unintelligent, lazy, or inferior by anyone because he or she was diagnosed with a learning disability.
In the summer of 2011 I was diagnosed with Attention Deficient Hyperactive Disorder (A.D.H.D.). Prior to my diagnosis, I had always struggled in school, even as early as first or second grade, and my standardized test scores
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