First approved: October 2013
Revised: November 2019
The Ontario Human Rights Code requires examination candidates to be provided testing accommodations in accordance with the Code to the point of “undue hardship”. This policy outlines how College staff manages requests for testing accommodations for the Jurisprudence Examination.
The College will apply its Guidelines for Testing Accommodation for Jurisprudence Examination candidates with a documented disability in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code to the point of “undue hardship”.
A candidate who seeks testing accommodation due to a disability must provide a written request no less than six weeks before the Examination according to the process outlined in the Guidelines.
College staff will review the application and supporting documentation, and may request additional information before deciding whether this policy can be applied and if reasonable testing accommodations can be provided. The College will provide the candidate with an acknowledgement of the agreement specifying the testing accommodations that will be provided.
The candidate will indicate their acceptance of these accommodations by returning to the College a signed and dated copy of this agreement at least three weeks prior to the exam date.
Where testing accommodations are to be provided to the candidate, College staff will notify the (lead) invigilator of the examination administration site of the accommodations to be provided for the specific candidate.
A candidate’s request for testing accommodations will be accepted if the requirements outlined in the Guidelines are met.
Guidelines are met
The candidate will be provided with reasonable testing accommodations in accordance with the terms of the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Guidelines are not met
The College may request an independent assessment of the candidate’s testing needs if warranted. If the Guidelines are not met, the candidate will not be provided with testing accommodations.