Each year APEAS examines a number of candidates who have a physical disability/medical condition or who have a Specific Learning Difficulty. This note has been compiled to provide you with information and advice on sitting the APEAS Part 3 Examination if you have one or more of these special circumstances.
It is important to emphasise that APEAS' key principle in examining candidates with special circumstances is to ensure that as far as is practicable they are examined on ‘the same level playing field’ as candidates without such circumstances.
Candidates with a learning difficulty, physical disability and/or a medical problem – click here for more information
On the APEAS Registration Form candidates are asked to identify if they have some form of learning difficulty, physical disability or medical condition. Where this has been identified, APEAS will contact candidates after registration.