Disability needs in the local testing centers

The test centers cater to service the needs of the applicants of the Life in the UK Test. They give even more special services to those with disabilities.

To avail of these services, you must, of course, have a disability (e.g. hearing impairment, sight problems, etc.). Be sure to tell the test supervisor about your disability. If your disability somewhat influences your taking the test, you will be given extra time, be provided special assistance (e.g. reading the questions aloud by test assistants), and other services to make your taking the test as comfortable as just sitting on your chair.

If you have severe disabilities, however, you can be given special consideration such as taking the Life in the UK Test at your home. Contact the Life in the UK Test Helpline should you need to know more.