Students often ask us "How can I simulate a GMAT test that accounts for my approved disability?"
The GMAC makes several accommodations available to test takers with documented disabilities.
Our GMAT Test Simulator recreates the actual nonstandard options available to these students and allows them to practice
under the true conditions they will experience on test day.
If you have a documented disability that is recognized under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA),
ETS is obligated to provide you with individualized accommodations. Each person with a disability can and will be accommodated personally
for their own specific needs. Examples of non-standard options available to persons with disabilities include:
extended time in one or more sections
extended break periods
non-standard colors for foreground or background
In order to initiate an exam session using an approved disability configuration,
simply select the 'Disability Configuration' choice on the Options menu before
clicking the 'Login' button on the first screen (Login Screen) of the simulated GMAT test.
After setting the desired options, click the 'OK' button in the bottom right-hand corner to return to the 'Login Screen'. Note that disability
configuration options can not be set or modified after logging into a new exam
This video of our practice test software demonstrates how students with an approved disability can can configure the CATPrep GMAT Test Simulator to recreate the options that will be available to them during their actual GMAT Test.
Be sure to view the rest of our GMAT Test videos.