This paper explores the degree of parallelism between the advice on successful study at university that one might give students with disabilities and the advice for those who are 'abled'. Areas of advice in common are evident and areas of disimilarity are seen. The medical and social models of disability are implicitly brought into question as a suitable framework of such studies.
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