Reasonable Adjustments to exams
If you have a disability or a medical condition which may disadvantage you in your assessment tasks, you can apply to have the conditions of your exams adjusted to take your disability or condition into account.
Adjustments can be made to final exams and to faculty exams during session.
Examples of arrangements include but are not limited to:
- time extensions
- access to aids (e.g. spell checker)
- access to equipment (e.g. ergonomic chair)
- access to food, drink or medication
- readers and scribes
- separate supervision or small group supervision, and
- room fittings (natural light).
If adjustments are made to your exams you will be expected to observe the conditions prescribed for you.