Certiport is committed to ensuring that those persons with the desire to certify their proficiency in the use of computers should have the opportunity to do so. Certiport is committed to providing access for all individuals with disabilities.
Certiport and its Authorized Testing Centers require advance notification of requests for accommodations as well as a reasonable amount of time to review and implement such requests. Certiport and its CATC's are not obligated to accommodate examinees with language limitations unrelated to a documented disability (e.g., English as a second language, literacy) nor to provide unlimited time for the completion of exams that are designed to certify not only knowledge, but also efficiency in the use of computers.
Accommodations may include:
Test accommodations are individualized and considered on a case-by-case basis. Consequently, no single type of test accommodation would necessarily be appropriate for all individuals with disabilities.
Download the Exam Accommodation Request Form (PDF)
All candidates applying for accommodations must submit the Exam Accommodation Request Form. Please print and fill out the form, then fax the completed form to: 801-492-4160. You may also mail the completed form to: Certiport, Inc., Exam Accommodations Department, 5601 Green Valley Dr., Bloomington, MN 55437. Note: We do not accept e-mail submissions.
To ensure proper processing of your request for accommodations, please verify:
Please allow up to ten (10) business days for forms to be reviewed and processed.
For test candidate requests for accommodations outside of the US please contact an international partner in your country.
Examinees approved by Certiport must notify the CATC of the disability accommodation when scheduling the exam. Accommodations requiring a separate testing room, larger testing area, or a reader or a recorder, require the examinee to schedule in advance as well as present the CATC with Certiport's approval.Back to top
Most Certiport exams offer the ability for candidates to navigate through the exam without using the mouse. Because Certiport delivers computer based exams, some of which contain simulation content, mouse and keyboard constrained persons may also be accommodated with extended testing time and a reader/recorder in accordance with the following procedures.
Approved examinees may engage a reader/recorder of their own selection and at their own expense, to perform the exam tasks on their behalf:
For additional information regarding this policy, email customer service.
For test candidate requests for accommodations outside of the US, contact an international partner in your country.Back to top