Permissions and Licensing

Reproduction of any purchased materials requires the prior written consent of Pearson Canada Assessment Inc. or NCS Pearson, Inc. (collectively “Pearson”). Questions and answers, including practice questions and answers, may not be reproduced without written permission, regardless of the number of lines or items involved. Test copies may not be bound in theses or reports placed in libraries, generally circulated, or accessible to the public, or in any article or text of any kind.

Permission Granting Requests

Thank you for your interest in seeking a license or permission from Pearson. At this time, we're experiencing an unexpectedly high volume of requests and need to pause this service temporarily with the following exceptions:

  • Modification of Materials – request for enlarged print or braille

For requests regarding an accommodation for accessibility (e.g., Braille), please send your request to

Permission to Use Copyrighted Test Norms

Pearson has the sole right to authorize reproductions of any portion of its published tests, including test norms. Copying of test norms without authorization is a violation of copyright. The term "copying" includes, but is not limited to, entry of test norms into a computer memory for purposes of test processing, scoring, or reporting. Any person or organization wanting to use Pearson Canada Assessment Inc.'s test norms must submit a formal written request to the Legal Department. If permission is granted, a fee may be charged. Permission from Pearson for use of test norms does not imply endorsement of, or responsibility for, the accuracy or adequacy of any test processing, scoring, or reporting service.

We are temporarily not accepting requests. Please revisit later this spring.

Permission for Research

We are temporarily not accepting requests. Please revisit later this spring.


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NCS Pearson, Inc.
Legal Affairs Department
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Pearson reserves the right to amend these policies at any time. Contact the Legal Department for more information at 1-800-228-0752 or via email at