If you are a student with a disability or with special educational needs and you want to take the university entrance exams remember that the June sitting has a Special Examination Arrangements Committee sitting for those people who need special adaptations and have a recognised degree of disability that is equal or above 33%, a special committee for the ordinary sitting for students with dyslexia and a ADD/ADHD and other learning disorder sitting for students with these learning disorders.
To attend one of these examination sittings, you must justify your disability or your special educational needs by submitting documents as proof to the University Admissions Office or one of its sub-offices.
If you want to pre-enrol for the university, remember that 5% of all places on bachelor's degrees are reserved for students with a recognised degree of disability of 33% or more. You must submit the certificate from the relevant accrediting body to the University Admissions Office or one of its sub-offices before the deadline in the pre-enrolment calendar.
If you have a degree of disability that is over 33%, you have the right to a total exemption of fees (free registration) for the university entrance exam (PAU) and university enrolment.