Our Commitment to Accessibility

At Pearson VUE, we believe the capacity for growth lies in all of us. As the global leader in computer-based testing, exam delivery, and high-stakes assessments we are committed to setting a professional standard by providing equitable access to learning and testing for all candidates, including people with sensory, physical, and cognitive impairments.

To that end, our websites, products, and services are designed and developed in accordance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Levels A and AA, and Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act. We are committed to removing barriers to accessibility and improving our products and services for everyone.

For questions regarding our support for accessible testing or specific accommodations related to accessibility, please contact us at pvueaccessibility@pearson.com.

Pearson VUE Accessibility Conformance Reports

The Pearson VUE Accessibility team develops Accessibility Conformance Reports (ACRs) based on the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) VPAT® (Voluntary Product Accessibility Template). ACRs for primary Pearson VUE products are available from this page.

  • Athena—Browser Edition (A-BE): The Pearson VUE browser-platform test driver. It uses browser and HTML technologies over the internet to achieve internet-based test (IBT) delivery, providing user interactions and functionality for proctored and unproctored exams delivered in testing centers, through OnVUE, and at client locations.
  • ExamDeveloper: A web-based item banking and test development system used by the Pearson VUE test development team and clients to create test items and to construct and publish exams.
  • OnVUE: The Pearson VUE online testing system that allows candidates to take secured, proctored assessments remotely.
  • WebNG: The web interface through which candidates can schedule, reschedule, and pay for Pearson VUE exams and launch exams delivered through OnVUE.

Disclaimer: Accessibility Conformance Reports posted on Pearson websites or otherwise made publicly available should not be construed to be included in any contract, either explicitly or implicitly, in whole or in part, without Pearson’s express acknowledgement through language in the contract itself.

Last updated 2024-03-07

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