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Is Pipplet suitable for candidates with disabilities?

Is Pipplet Suitable for Candidates with Disabilities?

We are working to make the Pipplet test more accessible for all!

In order to better accommodate our test takers, we have listed some accessibility features and browser add-ons which are currently compatible with the Pipplet test. Please bear in mind that we recommend using an up-to-date version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to take the test.

If you have a special requirement that is not solved by the solutions below, please contact us directly at to discuss your needs.

Unsure whether Pipplet is suitable for you or not? You can take a demo test here : Please don't hesitate to get back to us with feedback on your experience!

Please find below a summary table of accessibility features available for the Pipplet test.

Feature TypeFeatureStatus
TimeExtra timePlease contact us
AudioScreen readerPlease contact us
VisualKeyboard navigationPlease contact us


It is possible to use the browser's built-in Zoom feature to enlarge the size of the print and the photos of the test.

Page zoom increases the size of all elements of a webpage. This includes text, images, and videos.

Google Chrome & Mozilla Firefox

There are two ways to access the zoom feature of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox : by using keyboard shortcuts, and by using the menu.

To zoom using keyboard shortcuts :
On Windows, press Ctrl and + to zoom in, and Ctrl and - to zoom out.
On Mac, press ⌘ and + to zoom in, and ⌘ and - to zoom out.

To zoom using the menu :
Open the browser's Menu by clicking on the button to the right of the search bar. In Chrome, this is designated by three vertical dots, and in Firefox by three horizontal lines.
Beside the option Zoom, you can click + to increase the zoom, and - to reduce the zoom.


It is possible to alter the contrast of a webpage to maximize your comfort.

OS Settings


To turn on High Contrast mode in Windows:
Click on the Start menu and open the Settings dialog box.
Select Ease of Access, followed by High Contrast.
Turn on the toggle switch beside Turn on high contrast.
It is also possible to choose high contrast themes from the dropdown menu.


To change the contrast settings on a Mac OS:
Click on the Apple button in the top left corner of the screen.
Select System Preferences.
In the dialog box which appears, select Accessibility.
Select Display from the list on the left.
On the right, you can now select Increase contrast, which primarily affects the Mac interface. You can also use the slider marked Display contrast to increase the contrast of all screen elements.

Browsers settings

Google Chrome

You can also use the extension High Contrast for Google Chrome to view web pages in high contrast, in grayscale or with color-inversion.

Install the extension from the Google Web Store by going to the High Contrast page and clicking the button Add to Chrome.
Authorize the installation by clicking Add extension in the pop-up box which appears.
You will receive a notification that the extension has been added. You can now find it by clicking on the jigsaw piece to the right of the navigation bar in your browser.
After clicking on the jigsaw piece, click High Contrast in the list of extensions and then Activate.
You will see a list of filters which can be applied to your browser.

Mozilla Firefox

Firefox detects the use of a High Contrast theme on your operating system and adapts accordingly. Therefore to use Firefox in High Contrast mode, you must change the general settings as outlined in the instructions for Windows or Mac.

Updated on: 07/07/2022

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