If you have a visual, hearing, physical or other impairment which might interfere with your ability to take the test in the standard manner, you should submit your application and supporting medical documentation to the uniTEST Office and your university as soon as possible after registration.
All such applications must be accompanied by an explanatory letter or a psychologist's report (for candidates with learning disability or dyslexia) from a registered health practitioner. This letter must be no more than one year old. The medical documentation from your practitioner must give clear information about your condition and how it affects your ability to sit uniTEST. For learning disabilities, a copy of an appropriate educational psychologist’s report (no more than 3 years old) will be acceptable. A report older than 3 years will be acceptable if it is accompanied by a recent letter from an educational psychologist stating that the information in the report is still applicable to you as you are today.
Applications for reasonable adjustments will be processed after the close of registrations and candidates will be notified of the outcome soon after.
All reasonable efforts will be made to provide appropriate and reasonable adjustments for your needs.
uniTEST is a multiple choice test and does not require extended hand writing. Therefore, difficulties with writing will not normally be seen as grounds for granting modified test adjustments.