YES! CLEP allows you to take accommodations when your student has disabilities.
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
Accommodations are arranged between you and your testing center
If your accommodation requires something NOT on this list, do not register- contact CLEP (below) for more information.
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. Contact your preferred test center well in advance of the test date to make the necessary arrangements and to find out its deadline for submission of documentation for approval of accommodations. 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
Every now and again, I’ll get an email from a parent with questions about college credit classes or exams as it relates to their teen having disabilities or needing accommodations. These questions range from asking about extended testing time, taking online classes, to how a blind student can take a CLEP. I’m only one person, […]