Students requiring adapted arrangements for university examinations will need to register with Student Support & Wellbeing and ask for an Inclusive Learning Plan. Please make an appointment to meet one of our Disability Advisers for more information.
Disability-related exam arrangements can only be provided if you are registered with Student Support and Wellbeing, and provide some form of medical evidence e.g. Educational Psychologist's report, medical letter.
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1) Do you have an inclusive learning plan?
= Yes 2) Are you happy with it?
- = Yes: You're ready for exams, go and study!
- = No: You need to revise your ILP
= No 3) Do you have Medical Evidence / Specific Learning Difficulties (dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD) report?
- = Yes: You're ready to get an ILP: Contact Student Support and ask for an Adviser appointment
= No: Is your condition a) a Specific Learning Difficulty or b) Disability, chronic condition, or mental health concern?
- = a) a Specific Learning Difficulty: Contact Student Support and Wellbeing and ask for a screening appointment
- = b) Disability, chronic condition or mental health concern: ask your doctor for medical evidence and send it to KentSSW@kent.ac.uk (Canterbury) or MedwaySSW@kent.ac.uk (Medway).
Further information can be found on the Exams Office website.