As someone who employs graduates, I get really annoyed by the idea that somehow, the time restraints of exams do not reflect a requirement in the work place. If someone takes 25% greater time to complete a task as someone else, they cost 25% extra to employ. Yes, they may get there in the end, but that is just too late (that is in general and not just due to dyslexia). All candidates should be given the same time, or it should be indicated on a qualification that extra onsiderations were given. I think this also gives the candidates a false sense of 'entitlement'; they may expect the same dispensations in the work place and that ain't going to happen. The purpose of a qualification (as opposed to an education) is to enable either educators or employers to understand the level of ability of a prospective student or employee; for them to have credibility they need to have the same baseline We give our graduate applicants a timed test to ascertain their knowledge and their ability to apply it under pressure, no allowances made.