This information comes from a ClepPrep yahoogroup member named Gina (from Virginia). This is encouraging news for
those who may be wondering how to adapt CLEP to the "special needs" child. Thanks Gina!
The CLEP Official Study Guide contains the following:
18th Edition, p. 22, "Arrangements for Students
If you have a learning or physical disability you may request special accommodations
if needed... Contact a CLEP test center prior to registration about testing acommodations and to ensure the accommodation
you are request is available. Each test center sets its own guidelines... Only students with documented hearing, learning,
physical, or visual disabilities are eligible to receive testing accommodations... Testing accommodations include:
ZoomText (Screen magnification); modifiable screen colors; use of a reader or amanuensis or
sign language interpreter; extended time; untimed rest breaks.