Yes. Testing accommodations are available to applicants with special needs. It is your responsibility to identify your special need when you apply to CNA-Q. You must provide the Registrar’s Office with valid medical documentation regarding your special need. The documentation will be reviewed by a counselor to determine what testing accommodations may be necessary. If you feel you have a special need and you do not have documentation, you will be required to meet with one of the college counselors.
Failure to notify the Registrar’s Office of the need for testing accommodation does not warrant a re-test. It is the responsibility of the candidate to identify their special need before writing the AEP.