Exam Accessibility

PM² Alliance Test Accommodations

Removing barriers to inclusion and providing equal opportunities for all.​

Because it is our aim to provide high-quality certification examinations which deliver meaningful scores to everyone on an equal basis, we have built a series of Test Accommodations into our examination procedure. By focusing on the technical quality of our exams, we ensure that they are fair and valid for everyone who takes them, and that they permit the seamless participation of people with disabilities. Your PM² knowledge will be evaluated objectively, irrespective of any disabilities or special needs you may have.

Doing our utmost to cater for the needs of all our candidates

Test accommodations are modifications we make to tests or testing conditions that enable people with disabilities and/or limited English-language ability to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in a test situation. 

The most common modifications are: giving candidates extra time to complete a test, reducing the number of test items, allowing someone else to write down the candidate’s answers for them, and including text-to-speech conversation software which can read the questions aloud. In the case of non-native speakers of English who are not proficient, test accommodations include both bilingual glossaries or test questions translated into their native tongue.

Creating a level playing field

What types of disabilities can we support?

What types of solutions can we provide?

How to Apply

Required evidences of disability and/ or SEN

! The PM² Alliance will not retain or share your medical records. Test Accommodation applications are delivered to the Certification Committee’s Eligibility Verification Officer who will arrange for the appropriate Test Accommodation. Once you have completed your exam, your results will be funnelled along with the results of all other candidates to the certification committee, to be evaluated impartially and anonymously.

The evidence needs to be provided in English. In case of a non-English medical report, a certified translation into English is required.

The evidence should be an original document on headed paper and include the name, contact details, relevant qualifications, and signature of a recognized professional. 

The evidence should provide a clear statement of the candidate’s disability and/or SEN. 

The evidence should clarify how the disability justifies special test accommodations.

The evidence must provide details of the degree of disability and/or SEN.

The evidence must include an assurance that it was obtained through appropriate and globally recognized tests and the results of these tests. All tests used must be specified. 

The evidence must be provided by a fully-qualified educational, clinical or chartered psychologist or other properly qualified specialist assessor.