Welcome and glad you are getting some questions answered.
I would highly encourage those of you in college to go to the "Students with Disabilities" office, or whatever it is called at your college. Our son had seizures beginning in middle school and we were still fighting them when he was in college. (not AVM related, but that's another story).
He went to the KU (Go JAYHAWKS!) student office of disabilities. They were WONDERFUL. His seizures were 'zone out' type seizure and could present like a kid high on drugs--the thousand meter stare, not responsive, even though he would look at you when you spoke. Just what you don't need when trying to do well in school, to have a seizure like this and your prof thinks your some druggy............
Anyway, they took his information and processed it. Not sure whether he gave the info to his teachers or the office did. Basically, he could have the use of a tutor/scribe that would go take notes in his classes with him, and help in study. A different tutor for most classes--ones that were majors in that area.
It gave him a free pass to walk out of a test, or not to even start one if he was having or had recently had a seizure. They would give him extra time to finish if needed.
And I haven't yet mentioned: ALL THAT WAS FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I would encourage you to check that out and take full advantage of it. You got enough to deal with having an AVM.
OH, I'd also make sure your roomies / RA knows of your condition, and how to help you if you seize.