How are testing accommodations handled?

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, testing accommodations are offered to optimize testing conditions for candidates with disabilities. Potential accommodations include these options:

  • Screen magnification
  • Modifiable screen colors
  • Extended time
  • For test takers who are deaf or heard of hearing: a reader, amanuensis, or sign language interpreter, or a written script for the World Language exams

Test takers do not indicate their requested accommodation in My Account. However, if accommodations are approved, test center administrators can select the approved accommodation at check-in.

Test centers arrange for physical items, such as a head mouse, trackball, or adjustable table. If equipment is not available at your test center, contact CLEP for help obtaining it. It is the test center's responsibility to install software drives required to operate assistance devices.

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