Special provisions may be made for students with sensory disabilities, physical disabilities, acute or chronic illness, and learning disabilities. The special provisions must not compromise the integrity of the formally stated foundational and learning objectives. Requests for special provisions must be based on assessment of need by qualified personnel.
The special provisions that may be made include:
Extended writing time.
Use of a separate room for writing.
Specially printed examination paper (e.g., large print, colored paper).
Use of a word processor (Students are not permitted use of program utilities such as spell check, thesaurus, dictionary, or grammar check.)
No mobile phones or any other electronic devices are allowed during the examinations; in case an AFU student is found with one during the exam, it will be considered as a “cheating” case.