I'm not sure what wilful ignorance or carelessness you're talking about? I asked for information, both in the form of opinions and evidence. I shared mine, making no claims of qualifications or even a suggestion that it's something I feel strongly about, because it seems weird to start a thread asking for opinions without going first.
You don't need to be an expert to have a discussion or an opinion. It's even okay to have an opinion without being all that knowledgeable about it.
If you have a problem with the argument, engage with it — if it's as flawed as you appeal to authority makes it seem, it shouldn't be hard to knock it down.
Ferae, you are failing to address the main issue here, which is a legitimate doubt about your expertise in or extensive knowledge of mental illness. Do you hold an MD, or an advanced degree in psychology or neuroscience or related field? Have you read and carefully considered a body of academic literature regarding the effects of various mental illnesses that may give rise to the need for accommodations? If the answer is no, I would caution you against making broad statements about what "seems likely" to you. Without expert knowledge of how someone else's mind operates under law school exam settings, it's unjustified for you to assume that they have some advantage over you. Your willful ignorance, and the carelessness with which you make wild conjectures thereupon, is kind of troubling.