If you think that you may have a specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia or dyspraxia, you might be eligible to receive additional time during your exams.
How can I get additional time in my exams?
If you have a diagnosed Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD) or a medical condition that may affect your performance in written exams, you can apply for a Personalised Assessment Arrangement (PAA).
How can I apply for Personalised Assessment Arrangements (PAA)?
For guidance on how to apply for a Personalised Assessment Arrangement (PAA), please take a look at our article Guidance for applying for Personalised Assessment Arrangements.
Important to know:
If you are unsure if you have a disability or learning difficulties, you should contact Disability Support & Inclusion who can arrange a diagnostic assessment for you. For more information, please take a look at our article How do I arrange a diagnostic assessment for Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLDs)? (including Dyslexia)
- Disability Support & Inclusion can also give you advice on your PAA application. To find out how Disability Support & Inclusion can help you manage your disability during your studies, please visit our Disability Support & Inclusion category for more information.