I'm looking for people who have taken the GRE test in the past couple of years and are familiar with the current paperwork that needs to be completed in advance. Since the GRE is administered on a computer now, requesting accommodations is a different process than for other standardized tests. Can someone let me know if you've gone through the requesting accommodations process for the GRE recently? Specifically what you needed to do to get extra time and extra breaks? It appears to be a more complicated process than for other standardized tests.
While of course I'm sure there are people out there with experience from the SAT and other standardized tests, I'm specifically looking for people who have recently taken the GRE with type 1 diabetes.