Private Testing Environment
A Private Testing Environment is different from a distraction-reduced environment because in the latter the student may not necessarily be completely alone. A private testing environment might be appropriate to allow the student to use strategies on the exam that would be prohibitive in other environments (e.g. reading aloud) or if the student could distract others during an exam. A private testing environment may be provided by the faculty member or the Services for Students with Disabilities office, depending on each institution's procedures.
Related Functional Characteristics
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