Alternative Testing Arrangements
Monday paper-based (PBT) testing will be arranged only if
- you have religious convictions that prevent you from testing on Saturday; or
- you are a member of the U.S. Armed Forces and have duties that prevent you from testing on Saturday.
Monday PBT test administrations are held on the Monday following the regular PBT administration. To register, you must submit the following by mail:
- a completed Monday Testing registration form (PDF)
- correct fees
- a letter signed by your cleric on letterhead stationery confirming your affiliation with a recognized religious body whose convictions prevent you from testing on Saturday
- a copy of your military duties
Online and phone registration are not available for Monday testing. When completing your Monday Testing registration form, leave the test center code number and test center name blank. Fill in the city and state where you wish to test. You will be assigned to the closest available test center. Registration forms must be received by the late registration deadline.
If you are registered for Monday testing, you cannot reschedule online; you may only reschedule using the Change Request form. A Change Request form is available in the download library for each program. These requests must be received by the late registration deadline.
NOTE: You cannot test on a Saturday and then take the same test on the following Monday.
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Testing Accommodations for Test Takers
with Disabilities or Health-Related Needs
ETS is committed to serving test takers with disabilities or health-related needs by providing services and accommodations that are reasonable and appropriate given the purpose of the test. Testing accommodations are available for test takers with disabilities or health-related needs who meet ETS requirements. NOTE: If you are requesting testing accommodations you must register through ETS Disability Services and have your accommodations approved before you register to test. Do not schedule your test until your accommodations are approved, and do not register online. Documentation review takes approximately six weeks once your request and documentation are received. You should submit your request as early as possible before your preferred test date. To contact ETS Disability Services, call 1-866-387-8602
The Bulletin Supplement for Test Takers with Disabilities or Health-Related Needs (PDF) contains contact information, a list of some of the accommodations ETS most frequently approves and provides, procedures for requesting testing accommodations and registration forms. The Supplement should be used in conjunction with the information in the Registration Bulletin for the test you are planning to take.
Disability documentation policy statements and forms are available through the ETS website. To request a large-print copy of the Registration Bulletin, contact ETS Disability Services at 1-866-387-8602 .
A new informational video from the ETS Office of Disability Policy is now available. This video presents a brief overview of the Office of Disability Policy, highlights some recent legal changes under the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act, and reviews the application process for test takers with disabilities.
See also ETS’s “Tips for Test Takers with Disabilities,” available online at www.ets.org/disabilities/tips.
Defense Activity for Non-Traditional
Education Support (DANTES)
DANTES testing will be arranged for military personnel who are stationed outside the state of Texas and wish to take a TExES PBT test. If you meet this qualification, contact Customer Service at 1-800-205-2626 to coordinate testing at DANTES sites out of state. NOTE: BTLPT and LOTE tests are not offered outside of Texas.
Phone and online registration is not available for DANTES testing. A representative from ETS will work directly with you regarding the registration and testing process.
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Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MY CAA)
Program (TExES and TASC/TASC-ASL only)
The Texas Educator Certification Program is an approved vendor for the Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (My CAA) program. If you meet the My CAA requirements, you must request financial assistance through My CAA for the test(s) you wish to take. The financial assistance must be requested under the Program Provider Texas Educator Certification Program (ETS). After you receive approval, contact Customer Service at 1-800-205-2626. A representative from ETS will work directly with you regarding the registration and testing process. Phone and online registration are not available for My CAA testing.
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