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Course Accommodations & Accessibility

Accommodated timing, IEP, course accommodations, students with disabilities, accessibility

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Statement on Accessibility

Blueprint is committed to the full inclusion of students and will make good faith efforts to provide appropriate accommodations to students with disabilities. Blueprint complies with all federal, state, and local laws regarding accessibility.

Extended Time

If you have been approved for extended time, please email accommodations@blueprintprep.com with your approval letter as soon as you enroll so that we can note your account. This will allow you to use extended time on your exams without impacting eligibility for our guarantees, if applicable.

Once you have submitted approval for extended timing for exams from the test maker, timing can be adjusted in your account for MCAT, LSAT, and NP exams.

Requesting Specific Accommodations

Requests for accommodations other than extended time should be made prior to enrollment so that we can note your account and ensure appropriate accommodations for your specific needs.

To request specific accommodations for your course, please fill out our accommodations request form and submit it to accommodations@blueprintprep.com. You can also reach out to accommodations@blueprintprep.com with any questions regarding accommodations or your needs for the course.

Accessibility Widget

Our courses are equipped with a UserWay accessibility widget. To enable the accessibility settings, go to the user icon in the upper right of your screen and click on Settings. Find Accessibility Settings and toggle them on or off. Once enabled, you can access the UserWay settings by clicking the UserWay person icon on the right side of your screen.

Screen Reader

Our online platform is compatible with screen reader software. Previous students have used the following with success:

  • NVDA on PC

  • Windows Narrator on PC

  • Spoken Content on Mac

  • VoiceOver on Mac

  • ChromeVox for Chromebooks

  • Screen Reader browser extension in Chrome

Captions on Recordings

'To enable captions on recorded sessions, we recommend using the Chrome browser and follow the instructions here. Captions will show on the recording as below:

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