Request Accommodations

If you have a learning or physical disability that would prevent you from taking a CLEP exam under standard conditions, you may request accommodations at your preferred test center. Follow these steps to help you request the appropriate accommodations and ensure your test center makes the necessary arrangements for you on test day.

Instructions

  1. Review the accommodations that can be arranged directly with a test center.

    Accommodations that can be arranged directly with test centers include:

    • ZoomText (screen magnification)
    • Modifiable screen colors
    • Use of a reader, an amanuensis, or a sign language interpreter
    • Extended time
    • Untimed rest breaks
  2. Contact your test center to confirm arrangements.

    If you find an accommodation that meets your needs, call your test center well in advance of your exam to make the necessary arrangements and to find out its deadline to submit documentation for approval of accommodations.

  3. Contact customer service if you need a different accommodation.

    If you require a different accommodation not provided by your test center, contact CLEP Services immediately so the necessary arrangements can be made for you on test day.

  4. Request accommodations for remote-proctored exams.

    If you have a learning or physical disability that would prevent you from taking a remote-proctored CLEP exam under standard conditions, you may request accommodations through College Board's Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD).