To maximise participation in the NAP sample assessments, special provisions and adjustments are made available to students with additional needs who have been selected to participate so that their ability to access the test is not restricted.
Adjustments can be made to assist students with a disability. Under certain conditions, adjustments may also be made to assist students with poor English proficiency. Typically, this will apply to students with a language background other than English who have been in Australia for a limited time.
Schools will be provided with timely advice of what special provisions or adjustments may be made for individual students participating in the test. Guidelines state that schools must cater for students requiring reasonable and appropriate special provisions.