ETS receives more than 12,000 requests each year for accommodations from individuals with disabilities for our graduate and professional tests. Testing agencies such as ETS are responsible for providing candidates with disabilities access to these tests. Based on the quality of the documentation, the qualifications of the professional who certifies the existence of the disability and the demonstrated need, ETS provides reasonable accommodations to ensure fairness to all test takers. The evaluator's role in this process is highly significant.
By providing ETS with thorough, accurate and up-to-date disability documentation, you can ensure that the process moves smoothly and the test taker receives fair and reasonable accommodations.
See how learning disabilities (LD) or LD/ADHD documentation can be updated.
Review a number of suggestions to consider as you write a comprehensive psycho-educational or neuropsychological report.
These tips highlight the essential elements in psycho-educational and neuropsychological diagnostic reports and may be useful to evaluators as a final checklist.
See some common reasons why disability documentation is deemed insufficient by ETS.
Get answers to frequently asked questions about a variety of issues particularly pertinent to diagnosticians and clinicians who write reports.
- Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-related Needs — for the GRE, TOEFL, The Praxis Series and School Leadership Series tests
- GACE Bulletin Supplement
- Texas Educator Certification Program Bulletin Supplement