Extended Test Time
Extended-time testing is a specialized service available to qualifying students. The standard for extended-time testing is 1 ½ to 2 times the normal allotted test time. It is important to note that testing may take even longer for students who are blind, visually impaired or have significant physical difficulty.
- Do I Qualify for Extended Time for Testing?
You may qualify if you have met with a staff member from the Office of Access & Disability Resources, filled out the Interest/Accommodations Request Form and provided appropriate written, third-party documentation of disability that supports the request for extended time testing.
- How will my instructors know I qualify?
Once you have completed the 4 step Accessing Services process , it will be UP TO YOU to self- disclose to your instructors utilizing a memo(example) that has been provided to you by a Coordinator of Disability Services.
Extended-time testing is a specialized service available on a limited basis to qualifying students.
Provide Extended-Time Testing Yourself
- Arrange the extended-time so student doesn't miss out on regular class lecture or lab.
- Arrange for testing to occur in distraction reduced environment
- Communicate with student the amount of time they have to complete test.
Extended-time testing is a specialized service available to qualifying students. The standard for extended-time testing is 1 ½ to 2 times the normal allotted test time. It is important to note that testing may take even longer for students who are blind, visually/hearing impaired or have significant physical difficulty.
Proctored by College Personnel
- The student is responsible for approaching you to request extended time and for making the arrangements with college personnel to set up proctored testing.
- Discuss with student when you would like him/her to take the test. Students should be taking the test at the same time as their peers whenever possible.
- Contact our office to indicate how test materials will be delivered & picked-up prior to the arranged testing. Communication should include information on how much time is normally allowed for the test/exam and indicate if the student is permitted to use any materials (calculator, notes, book, dictionary, etc. NO aids will be permitted without your authorization.
The following BC3 College Personnel/Office will ensure arrangement of proctoring of
Jennifer Loue, Coordinator Access & Disability Resources
724.287.8711 ext. 8327; email: email@example.com
BC3 @ Lawrence Crossing:
Sean Carroll, Director of BC3 @ Lawrence Crossing
724.287.8711 ext. 7006; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BC3 @ LindenPointe:
Lauren Buchanan, Director of BC3 @ LindenPointe
724.287.8711 ext. 4006; email: email@example.com