PSI Exams Diabetic Discrimination, Incompetent Proctors Clarks Summit, Allentown Pennsylvania!!. I have taken this exam 3 times. My second exam was 160 questions when Iu2019m only graded on 150? Flunked by one point. At both locations I have suffered diabetic discrimination and the last time with approved accommodations, proctor still locked up my supplies. I took a paper exam due to vision problems from diabetes. Proctors do not know where to send it and administered it wrong. When I was done with exam, they then decided to read the instructions and found the scantron sheet I was supposed to use for the exam. They made me then transfer the answers onto it in the waiting room. The sheet was so small I could hardly see what I was filling in. They were whispering that they hoped they wouldnu2019t be fired for what happened then called psi and said I was the one who couldnu2019t use the scantron sheet due to my vision. I continued to fill out the entire sheet. I left when I was done and called PSI accommodations. The lady has no answers for me other than that there was a memo and I should have been allowed access to my supplies since they were approved and the memo instructed the proctors on how to administer the exam. No one can tell me how or when I would get the results as well. Besides this, this is the third incident of discrimination by proctors due to my diabetes. If you have a disability, get your doctoru2019s note and accommodations approved, the proctors completely ignore it and the treatment is terrible. Iu2019m trying to better my life and the life of my family by getting my producers license, but they are making it impossible due to my diabetic issues. If a lawyer would like to contact me, please do so.