Special Needs

If you have a disability or condition which might require special arrangements, you should discuss it with your test center as soon as possible. Each case is considered individually and you will need a medical certificate. Test centers need three months to put arrangements into place.

Special arrangements include the following:

  • Enlarged print and Braille test papers, an amanuensis to write answers, a Braille word-processor – for those with visual difficulties.
  • Special amplification equipment, lip-reading version of the Listening module – for those with hearing difficulties.
  • Extra time for the Reading and Writing modules, use of a word processor – for those with learning difficulties (Example… dyslexia).

Please contact your local test center about your special needs.

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