What is Pearson Vue?
Each year millions of people around the world take an exam with Pearson VUE. Chances are you, or someone you know, has recently tested with us. Your neighbor, the computer programmer … your dad’s nurse, children’s teacher, real estate agent or college grad who wants to go to business school … all demonstrate their knowledge, skill and commitment when they test with Pearson VUE.
More than 450 credential owners across the globe choose Pearson VUE to help develop, manage, deliver and grow their testing programs. From online practice tests to high-stakes, proctored exams that require the industry’s most secure testing environments, Pearson VUE is the leader in computer-based testing — and much more.
We serve test owners and test takers in nearly every industry.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How can I seek assistance with an exam?
Test takers can view the online FAQ page for assistance.
What will the exam look like? How will it function?
Test takers have access to an online exam demo to review test functions.
Pearson Vue Test Accommodations
Pearson VUE is committed to providing access for all individuals with disabilities. Depending on your geographic region, test accommodations may also be known as “special arrangements” or “reasonable adjustments.”
The purpose of test accommodations is to provide candidates with full access to the test. However, test accommodations are not a guarantee of improved performance or test completion. Pearson VUE provides reasonable and appropriate test accommodations to individuals with documented disabilities who demonstrate a need for test accommodations.
Pearson VUE test accommodations may include things such as:
- A separate testing room
- Extra testing time
- A Reader or Recorder
Test accommodations are individualized and considered on a case-by-case basis. Consequently, no single type of test accommodation (e.g. extra time) would necessarily be appropriate for all individuals with disabilities. Simply demonstrating that an individual meets diagnostic criteria for a particular disorder does not mean that the person is automatically entitled to test accommodations.
Specific test accommodations should be related to the functional limitations. For example, a functional limitation might be impaired mobility, due to loss of a hand, which prevents the test-taker from writing, typing, and recording answers. The appropriate test accommodation might be to have the assistance of a human recorder/scribe. It is essential that the documentation of the disability provide a clear explanation of the current functional limitation(s) and a rationale for each requested test accommodation. You should work with your doctor or other professionals who know you to determine which test accommodations are appropriate for you.
All candidates who are requesting test accommodations because of a disability must provide appropriate documentation of their condition and how it is expected to affect their ability to take the test under standard conditions. This may include additional supporting documentation from the professional who diagnosed the condition.
Begin by selecting your program. Go to:
Then, select your test program sponsor from the alphabetized list.
For more information, please visit www.Pearsonvue.com.