Requests for Special Accommodations
HRCI® complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, as amended, to accommodate candidates with disabilities who need special arrangements to take HRCI exams. HRCI will provide auxiliary aids and services except where they may fundamentally alter the exam or result in an undue burden.
If you need a special accommodation, mark the appropriate box on the online or paper application and submit the Special Testing Accommodation Request form
. This form includes the Documentation of Disability-Related Needs by Qualified Professional section. A professional with a license or credential appropriate to diagnose and treat your disability must fill out that section. That professional must include the nature of the disability, identification of the test(s) and protocols used to confirm the diagnosis, a description of past accommodations made for the disability and the specific testing accommodations requested.
We may not be able to honor incomplete or late requests.
For Candidates Outside of the US
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."