TOLC examination CISIA - Student with SLD



If you are a student with a Specific Learning Disorders (SLD) pursuant to L. 170/2010 who has to take a TOLC at the University of Brescia, you will have to register on the CISIA website uploading your documentation and indicating the aids you may need.

During registration you will be asked to fill in the Declaration in lieu of Affidavit to be attached at the same time as the certification, and to read and consent to the privacy policy.

You will be contacted directly by the competent office of the University of Brescia, which will give you logistical and practical information useful for the exam.

Further information on how to take the test with TOLC@CASA mode (given the Covid-19 emergency the test will be taken remotely) is available on the webpage on the side.

For more details on the available dates you can consult the available dates:

To have more information you can visit the instruction at the following link:


In order to benefit from aids, you must submit the Diagnosis of Specific Learning Disorder (SLD) by the L. 170/2010.

In case of Specific Learning Disorders, as established by L. 170/2010 (art. 3) and the subsequent Accordo Stato Regioni del 25/7/2012, it is necessary to produce suitable updated diagnostic certification, including neurological examination and neuropsychological tests, issued no more than 3 years ago by structures of the Italian National Healthcare System or by structures and specialists accredited by this institution.


The University, in order to guarantee uniform and equal treatment, has decided to extend the ministerial indications above also to the admission tests for programs with local management.


If you are a student with a Specific Learning Disorders (SLD) pursuant to L. 170/2010 who has made an appropriate request at the time of registration for each individual test and who has attached appropriate certification, you can take advantage of aids that will be evaluated in based on your request, your specific situation, and on the basis of current legislation on admission competitions.

You will be informed on which are the aids that will be granted to you during the Admission Tests will be sent to the email address you have provided during the online registration.

For any further information, you can send an email to the office staff at [email protected].



UOC Inclusion, Participation and University Campus

Via Valotti 3/B - 25133 Brescia

Support for: students with disabilities and SLD

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Support for: University Commission for Disabilities

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Monday - Thursday: 8.30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 12.00 a.m.

Tel. +39 0302016094
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Service Desk online/ in presence:
Tuesdays 9:00-12:00 and Friday  9:00-12:00

Contact Center:
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Last updated on: 07/02/2024