Yes, but we need to be informed right away at registration, so that we can take measures to ensure the best amenities possible.
Physical disability: our exam center is wheelchair accessible (elevators are located at the entrance of the tower).
Motor disability preventing the candidate to write: The candidates will be able to be assisted by a person designated by the exam center director. This person will write under dictation. They will have to compose in another classroom, one candidate per classroom.
Visual disability: For visually-impaired candidates, the center can provide augmented copies at the A3 format, and up the time of the exam of ⅓. For blind candidates, the CIEP can provide a version of the exam in Braille. The exam center will have to organize a specific session for them, and ask two months prior to the session.
Auditory disability: The instructions given orally by the exam monitor will be available in writing. The hearing-impaired candidates will be placed the closest possible to the speakers for the oral comprehension part of the exam. The questions asked during the oral part of the exam will be available in writing. Deaf candidates could be exempted with oral comprehension and speaking parts of the exam.
Others: In case of severe dyslexia, the candidate will be able to have 1/3 more time to compose during the written exam.